Here at Dashlane, our mission is to fix the Internet and make all of the annoying but necessary, repetitive online processes as seamless as possible. Yeah, it’s a rather hefty goal, but we’re up for the task.
The Dashlane app challenges the conventional wisdom that the Internet is the best way to get anything done. Generally, yes, this is true. The web has made a lot of tasks much more efficient — but it’s also introduced a lot of new infuriating inefficiencies we all put up with every day.
For instance, when your shopping cart times out* and you have to start all over, doesn’t it kind of make you feel like this?:
Or when you can’t remember your password* because you have a bajillion of them, and you’re about to be locked out of your account, at which point you seriously consider throwing your computer out your fifth-floor window:
Which brings me to the point of this whole post, which is that we need to #fixtheinternet. The Internet can be awesome, but it can also be really frustrating, and also, totally hilarious.
#fixtheinternet is our new Tumblr where we will unleash all our feelings about the best/worst about the internet in meme-y glory: gifs, pie charts, videos, Venn diagrams, and generally and kind of cheeky content helps us poke fun and bring to light the mess that is the internet. Lovingly, of course.
* Need we say Dashlane solves all these problems? :-)