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Foursquare’s Algorithmic Approach to Location vs. Facebook’s Social

Speaking at the ad:tech conference, Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley offered a glimpse into the future of the service. Customized Recommendations: Crowley discussed the possibility of a smarter algorithm that would make customized recommendations based on a user’s checkin history. Brand … Continue reading

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Schmidt’s Comments On Getting Facebook Data Disappear from WSJ (Update: No, they didn’t)

Update: It seems the WSJ has combined and merged two different stories. The quote from Schmidt is still there, though way below in the new merged copy. Thanks, Henry Blodget! Yesterday, I wrote about Schmidt’s comments reported by the WSJ … Continue reading

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The Race Towards A Relevant Real-Time

I have written earlier about the advantage Google has over Facebook in achieving relevance in real-time. There have been many interesting developments since: The battle for online identity intensified with the fight between Facebook Connect and Google Friend Connect. Facebook … Continue reading

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