Tag Archives: FourSquare

MTV asks students about their digital lifestyle.

Tweet MTV Online presenter Tom Thurlow went on the streets to ask students about their digital lifestyle. What mobiles are they carrying and why? Are they adopting Foursquare or Facebook Places? Do any of them still read newspapers or do […]

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FourSquare in Space – it had to happen

FourSquare in Space – it had to happen

Tweet If there was any doubt left as to whether Social Media had the kind of reach of traditional media, then the answer arrived last week by way of Doug Wheelock who checked into the International Space Station on FourSquare, […]

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As Google Wave dies, here's what Foursquare does NOT understand about social media

Tweet Google officially axed the underutilised (and overhyped) Google Wave project last week (read Fast Company’s obituary here). I have a fear that my favourite geo-tagging program, Foursquare, will go the same way. Foursquare allows you to use your mobile […]

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They know where you're going, and will reward you for where you've been

Tweet Those of you old enough may recognise my borrowing of a Talking Heads song for the subject line of this post : ) Of course I’m talking about location-based social networking platforms. The likes of FourSquare, Gowala, Loopt, etc. It’s not the first, […]

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PodCast Update – The change driver of Technology from After Shock

Tweet We’ve just added a new PodCast to the TomorrowToday feed. We took an exert of Barrie Bramley, speaking at a Business Breakfast, talking about Technology, from TomorrowToday’s latest presentation called After Shock. If you’d like to listen to this audio track […]

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The Global Wraps FourSquare last mile flop

The Global Wraps FourSquare last mile flop

Tweet When FourSquare opened it’s ‘borders’ to include South Africa, I think I might have been in the 20 first users. I worked hard to learn the culture and energy around this social media positioning platform that I was reading […]

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