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Imagine, from anywhere, being able to schedule your tweets and other social media statuses ahead of time, managing multiple accounts on one dashboard and being able to send a notifying tweet to your followers whenever you write a new blog post.
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Ok! Google is really trying to rule the whole world of online information, Facebook and Twitter are just making everyone addicted to the internet and smartphones more than ever. People are getting late to work because of Facebook Chat, Lying to their coworkers and superiors but are being caught due to a few mistakenly typed characters in one’s status, crashing their cars because of incoming tweets, jay-walking suicidedly (if that’s a word) while tweeting and not watching the road, and forgetting entirely that they have email addresses as they inform people to send them Facebook mail instead. Google on the other hand is doing things on the internet we only dreamed of.
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Foursquare s undoubtedly recieveing an ample amount of reviews from every reliable source as prediction shows it will become the next addiction to social media.
2010 is definitely looking like the year we will all know about this already dominating social network that simply started as an Iphone Application.
Below Mashable.com Founder and CEO writes his own take on this next social media phenom known as “Foursquare”
As 2009 draws to a close, with Twitter undoubtedly this year’s media darling and Facebook continuing on its path to global domination, you may wonder which social-media service will become tech’s poster boy in 2010.
Among the Web’s early adopter set, the answer is nearly unanimous: Foursquare.