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Part 2: Location Based Data and Your Privacy

Posted on30. Aug, 2010 by .


This is a follow up post to the one I wrote last week on the launch of Facebook Places, events and the future of check-ins. After my post last week one of the first things people – and by people I mean normal people, those who don’t spend their time learning the nuts and bolts [...]

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Facebook, Events and the Future of Check-ins

Posted on19. Aug, 2010 by .


Today (well, yesterday American time) Facebook held a press conference in which Zuckerberg and Co officially revealed what many of us have been eagerly awaiting: Facebook’s push into location based social activity, Facebook Places. You can read the live blog of the event on what was revealed and what went down here on Mashable, but [...]

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Foursquare to go full circle

Posted on24. May, 2010 by .


Foursquare is a strange beast. At first the competitive nature of the app, and my own competitiveness spurred me into checking in at every possible location I could. Mayorships were mounting. Badges were building. Life on Foursquare was good. A few weeks on, same thing everyday – I started to lose interest. Check-ins became less [...]

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