A Social Media App to Recognize Others

CyberProps is the world’s first recognition-based social media platform with the goal of increasing human interaction. It is a framework that is designed to give “props” (or “proper recognition”) to the people, places, things, and ideas that worth recognizing. Egotism has found its home in popular social media sites, and CyberProps aims to provide its citizens with an oasis of selflessness. It is a breath of fresh air amongst the narcissistic fog that clouds other social media outlets.. It is a platform for recognition, a stage set to show the world your positive feelings.


Respect, Respect.

CyberProps represents a new generation of people committed to praise, recognition, and gratitude of all things big and small.

With a Blog to Give Props to Those Who Deserve It

CyberProps citizens from around the globe submit props articles to our blog. It is our way of spreading the CyberProps message beyond the confines of the CyberProps society. These articles have evolved into a cornerstone of our mission to spread respect in the form of recognition. You can submit your own props articles to giveprops@cyberprops.com.


NCAA Final Four in Indianapolis

I’ve lived In The Annapolis my whole life, and for the longest time, I thought on a regular basis, “I can’t wait to get out of here…” But lately, this city is surprising me more and more with the different events they’re hosting (Super Bowl XLVI, the Sweet Sixteen, the Final Four and numerous national conventions),…


Muncie Gras

“The Vegas party of the Midwest”, I heard a homeless 70 year old man say. Could Muncie Gras be why he finds himself in that position? Maybe. Muncie, a Midwest City, finds itself coming out of permafrost in late March like the rest of the cities north of the Mason-Dixon Line.  People are confused at…


Vegas Madness

The score is 75-70 with 5 seconds left.  The losing team inbounds the ball.  If they make a layup, does it matter?  If a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? In Las Vegas, where I am, it does make a sound.  It is…


In Memoriam of Stephen Kyle McNulty

On this day in 2006, one of the most fun-loving, lighthearted individuals was tragically taken from this earth at the young age of 18. His family has since helped the CyberProps team immensely in our growth and offered us so much help that they have become an extended part of our own family. We wanted to…


The Ultimate Lifetime Sport [Video Blog]

Check out this man’s tribute to a game that can be traced back to ancient Egypt. This video would bring a tear to Fred Flintstone’s eye and a flashback to Grandpa Lou’s frontal lobe (Flinstones-Rugrats-Neuroscience combo… turkey.) Bowling possesses more primitive grace than any game in existence. Let the good times roll, my friends.


To the People that Helped Me Reach the NFL

Props: Role models who shape our lives What is a role model? To me a role model is someone you aspire to be and someone you don’t want to disappoint. Like most boys, my first role model was my dad. I would follow him around and do everything he did. My father unintentionally instilled in…


You’ve Got to Be F**king Kidneying Me

Props: All those who have donated an organ to another individual- you are heroes. Being tied down is the worst thing that has ever happened to me. In November of 2013, I was diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease. My kidneys had been failing for nearly my entire life, and I had no idea. The…


A Legacy of Solace

When my son Stephen McNulty died, he was a senior at Cathedral High School. I can’t even begin to write about the devastation or heartbreak that occurred. Instead, I want to tell you about the beautiful things that occurred and continue to happen since his death.

After Stephen died, we wanted to do something in his memory on his high school campus. Who knew that what began with a couple of pieces of scrap stone, a prayer and some hope would transformed into a beautiful piece of art with many stories to tell?


To Our Eastsiders

Props: The Eastside of Indy In light of a lot of tragic, heroic and even celebratory posts recently on our blog, we noticed a bond within a group of people, a community, that we knew existed but had never acknowledged before. We noticed that communities become families, and one community in particular was connected stronger than ever. We…