Foursquare, the company that lets you accrue rankings for your travels, has just unveiled an interactive infographic tool that makes your everyday travels look like beautifully rendered adventures.
Did you check-in to Foursquare on both ends of a trip over Thanksgiving or Christmas last year? If so, you're probably somewhere on this infographic.
Tech-savvy President Obama's just checked into Foursquare, the location-based social network that shows where a person's been at. Hope he didn't feel too old to earn his "Newbie Badge."
After just over 2 years and 10,000,000 plus users, foursquare is still going strong. Check out this infographic to see the timeline from March 2009 up until now and which real Mayor has received a mayorship on foursquare.
Hint: These bags go with you into the body scanner, and you're not the one handling them. Hey, if you're worried about this, though, then boy howdy do we have the perfect underwear for you! The icing on the cake is definitely the badge text — click on through.
Despite the growing popularity of services like Foursquare — and Facebook's freshly-launched Places — location-based "check-in" sites are still poised to explode. In fact, a new study pegs their usage at around 4% of online adults. So, here's one idea to get people interested: save them money.
Twitter is one of the easiest ways to tell everyone you know what you're doing, so it was only a matter of time before the program began to tell the world where you are as well. But is that a good thing?