Foursquare is getting more ambitious with the data it has on you and your friends: the company today debuted “super-specific search” for its iOS and Android mobile apps. The new feature lets users make search queries at a level of granularity that Foursquare says competitors simply can’t match. It accomplishes this through a range of filters, some of which are common (price, open now, etc.), with others that leverage Foursquare’s treasure trove of check-ins and user data.
My darling David,
Don’t let these earthly considerations stand in the way of our relationship. Getting to know Tumblr has been the biggest joy of my life. I have never felt so young, so alive, so full of hope for the future as when I am watching your metrics rise exponentially each day.
Amazing and hysterical. If only this was real-life.
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