In part six of a series of conversations that explore the state and future of social media, Chris Beck, founder of 26dottwo (@26dottwo), and I check-in with FourSquare and other geo-location networks. We review how these location-based networks open new channels and dynamics for online and offline connections. We also examine the nuances of “checking-in” as a form of social currency and implied endorsement. Essentially, there are cultural and economical aspects with tying your “personal brand” to the locales you visit. You lend your reputation and audience and over time, you will be increasingly rewarded for doing so. More on that subject here, “FourSquare Means Business: Have You Check-In Yet?”
This series was filmed at the new video studio at KickLabs SF where I spend time as an entrepreneur in residence.
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