I can’t wait until the next time I travel or decide to let mom know where I am. Even if she reads about this awesome service called hashtagmom.com here first, the first call will undoubtedly result in lots of giggles and sighs of relief, followed by confusion and reasoning, followed by a call to my… Continue reading The perfect way to let #mom know you got there ok.
Free things in your NYC neighborhood for Foursquare users! Definitely will use this, because it’d be silly not to.Poorsquare... The Ubber-Practical Next Step For Foursquare!
Why does @foursquare allow so many pocalypses?! It’s weird. I don’t even have a good argument. It’s just…weird.
Foursquare: Check-in distribution by day in the last month. Conclusions: bored more often earlier in week. Or, more coffee breaks resulting from easing back into the work week. Or, boring on weekends*. *this post was written on a Saturday night at 9pm.
When I started using foursquare one month ago, I was curious, cynical, and feeling left out of a new cool thing. Here’s what happened: I’ve used it every day. I check in when I’m at 1) a place I enjoy, 2) a place where I’ve purchased a food or drink item, 3) a place where lots of other… Continue reading Foursquare – A Month in Review
Forgot to check in a lot of places…but maybe that’s fine? Should you check in where you do volunteer work, like the work is just part of a game? I thought volunteer work is selfless? Would it make me a bad person? No really, I just forgot. But I didn’t check in multiple times a day… Continue reading Foursquare – Week 1 in review
Beginning tomorrow, i will begin a one month foursquare adventure. If I like it, maybe I’ll stay; if not, I’ll quit and never do it again. Motivation: I made fun of Twitter for being just plain silly, said I’d try it if ever I had a weird urge to tweet twice in one day, had that… Continue reading Foursquare – a one month adventure