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[[File:Wuphf-bumper-sticker.jpg|thumb|220x220px]][[WUPHF.com|[[File:ScreenClip2.png|thumb|Web Site Screen Shot]]]]
 
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'''WUPHF.com''' is a fictional website and social tool developed by [[Ryan Howard]], but stolen from his then-girlfriend [Kelly Kapoor]]. It is first seen in the episode [[Whistleblower]], but is referenced numerous times after that.
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'''WUPHF.com''' is a fictional website and social tool developed by [[Ryan Howard]], but stolen from his then-girlfriend [[Kelly Kapoor]]. It is first seen in the episode [[Whistleblower]], but is referenced numerous times after that.
   
 
If you send a [[Wuphf]], the message goes to the recipients' home phone, cell phone, email, Facebook, twitter, fax and homescreen at the same time, the idea being that if someone has a really important message they can send a Wuphf and know the recipient will recieve it quickly.
 
If you send a [[Wuphf]], the message goes to the recipients' home phone, cell phone, email, Facebook, twitter, fax and homescreen at the same time, the idea being that if someone has a really important message they can send a Wuphf and know the recipient will recieve it quickly.

Revision as of 17:32, August 21, 2014

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[[WUPHF.com|
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Web Site Screen Shot

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WUPHF.com is a fictional website and social tool developed by Ryan Howard, but stolen from his then-girlfriend Kelly Kapoor. It is first seen in the episode Whistleblower, but is referenced numerous times after that.

If you send a Wuphf, the message goes to the recipients' home phone, cell phone, email, Facebook, twitter, fax and homescreen at the same time, the idea being that if someone has a really important message they can send a Wuphf and know the recipient will recieve it quickly.

The site had a buyout offer from the Washington University Public Health Fund, who turned out to only be interested in the website domain name.

History

According to Ryan in a deleted scene, WUPHF.com used to be a prototype. When the beta was lost in August 2010, the response had been unbelievable.

URL

www.wuphf.com

Appearances

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