Well, this is simply delightful.
We don’t take our other valuables with us when we travel—we leave the important stuff at home, or in a safe place. But Facebook and Google don’t give us similar control over our valuable data. With these online services, it’s all or nothing.
We need a ‘trip mode’ for social media sites that reduces our contact list and history to a minimal subset of what the site normally offers.
Dave turned Day Trip into a progressive web app.
Starting this week, Android users (~13% of our active user base) who use DayTrip more than once will eventually be asked if they want to install our web app to their Home Screen. That’s important real estate for a small startup like ourselves.
I look forward to seeing Eyes Wide Shut as a series of Foursquare check-ins.
An interesting take on the business models of social networking sites.
And the Hackday band is.... The Rumble Strips. Never heard of 'em. But they sound like they could be fun.
Track Cindy and Jason on their trip across the country... mashup style.
Yes, there is a reason why I'm using this machine tag. Watch the next release of Last.fm for machine tagging goodness on events.
Machine tags will now be available through the Flickr API (that's triple tags to you and me).