What Are You ThankfulFor (in 140 Characters or Less)?

ThankfulForLogo.jpgCan you express what you’re most thankful for in a Twitter-like 140 characters or less? Then be thankful for ThankfulFor, a new site from Shiny Heart Ventures that calls itself a “personal gratitude journal,” TechCrunch reported.

Users enter up to 140 characters highlighting what they’re thankful for, and the messages are sent to their “journals,” which can be private or shared, TechCrunch reported. The site allows users to syndicate messages to Twitter, with Facebook support coming soon, and it features a public timeline of the most recent ThankfulFor messages.