just.me, a stealth startup playing in the social and mobile spaces, has just raised $600,000 in seed funding from a list of all star investors including Google Ventures, True Ventures, SV Angel, Betaworks, Don Dodge, Patrick Gannon, Michael Parekh, Steve McArthur, and Four Horsemen LLC.
just.me was founded by Keith Teare, a serial entrepreneur and a co-founder of TechCrunch. Teare previously co-founded RealNames Corporation, and The EasyNet Group.
Teare tells us that just.me, which was born from his incubator Archimedes Ventures, is focused on the post-PC social network. He declined to give us specifics but he says that just.me will change the way we think about mobile and social networks. From just.me’s site, There is a growing need for social networks that reflect the fundamental nature of human relationships: known identities, mutual trust, controlled levels of intimacy, and boundaries of shared information.
When asked if just.me has any co-founders, Teare responded ‘it’s just me.’ Teare says that just.me will launch later this year.
Disclosure: Michael Arrington is a shareholder in Just.me.