Tag: foursquare

The Graphic Account: March 14, 2013

From antique cartography to personalized logs, lots of beautiful connections mapped out this week! We also found visualizations that make sense of mythological relationships, suss out the virality of content, and a font like none other.

Foursquare: No Longer About Where You Are, But What You’re Doing

I have always been fascinated by foursquare, and the most recent updates they rolled out are sweet! Last summer I wrote a rant about how I thought foursquare could improve, and the new event check-in is exactly what I asked for. I sat down with Eric Friedman (Director of Business Development at foursquare) in the foursquare NYC headquarters to discuss what foursquare is up to, and where it is going.

Facebook’s Social Widgets Timeline [Infographic]

Facebook’s “Like” button recently celebrated its first birthday—noting that 10,000 sites are integrating with the social plugin daily. A week ago, the evolution of sharing widgets continued with the launch of the “Send” button.

Exploring foursquare’s 2010 growth in infographic form

Our friends and frequent collaborators at foursquare just released an infographic outlining their tremendous 3400% growth in the past year. The infographic maps out where most check-ins took place around the globe, what the top train station, wine bars and hotels were (our NYC home away from home, the Ace Hotel, topped the list) along […]