Gilt Mirror: ‘Gilt is about sharing knowledge’

A group of developers in South Africa has created a new gilt-inspired mirror that offers a free digital service to customers.

The Mirror, which launched in May, allows customers to create, edit and share photos, videos and documents with others via an integrated interface.

It uses Gilt’s own technology to create and manage the content, which can then be accessed by anyone with an internet connection.

The service is aimed at those who are unable to pay for a physical mirror or simply want to see what’s in the mirror, according to the Mirror.

The founders said it is meant to be a free service for anyone, but the platform is open to all.

“If you want to learn more about the technology, you can get in touch with us,” the Mirror said.

“The service will be available to anyone regardless of income, nationality or education level.”

It is not about giving money to the government.

The goal is to help the whole world share their ideas and help create the best platform.

“The Mirror is not the first gilt company to create a service that aims to encourage a more open and collaborative society.

Gilt said in March that it was working on a gilt clone called The Gilt Platform, which aims to make the sharing of content more transparent and easy.

In June, the company said it had raised $15m to launch its own cloud-based service.

The Gilt mirror launched in South African capital, Pretoria, but was subsequently taken down.