Gathering and storing metadata held the key for Foursquare's resurrgence
Added over 2 years ago | As appeared first on wired.com | Author: Ryan Tate
Dennis Crowley thought his 13-year dream might never come true. Crowley is the founder of Foursquare, the seminal social networking service that broadcasts your location across the net and serves you tips and deals based on where you are. This past February, the New-York-based startup boasted 40 million registered users, but it was facing competition from countless others — including the mighty Facebook — and as far as Crowley was concerned, his service had never worked as it should. Rather t... Continue reading on www.wired.com
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