Further notes on the Wall Street Journal’s use of Foursquare: Are location-based networks too personal for news? Location, location, etc: What does the WSJ’s Foursquare check-in say about the future of location in news?
In a new Foursquare integration tied to the Wall Street Journal’s launch of a local news section for New York City, links to WSJ stories show up with tips about locations like the George Washington Bridge and Yankee Stadium. WSJ Experiments With Location-Based News
Sean Blanda has some good advice for The New York Times that could work for any medium-large news organization. It’s not as much about location apps as it as about a game-like user experience. My advice to the New York Times? Copy Foursquare.
Good advice from Robert Scoble on building social software. The social behavior incentive (how your app can be as addictive as Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare)
Back in the early days of grad school, when questions about the future of online advertising came up, I was bullish about the future of location-based mobile advertising that would by contextually relevant to the content you were viewing and the place you were sitting. I was wrong about a big piece of how this […]