Are they staying or going? That is the question on everyone’s mind (well, not everyone, but those who care about keeping businesses in San Francisco are definitely fretting). So – will Twitter leave their Soma digs for greener pastures in the Peninsula or will they be true to their roots and stay in SF? The city isn’t leaving the decision up to chance and is doing everything in its power to keep Twitter put.
Here’s a deal: Throughout the month of February, if you check-in at Green Apple Books on Foursquare and purchase Chris Cleave’s debut novel Incendiary (2005), you will receive a FREE copy of his bestseller Little Bee (2009). Just show the clerk your Foursquare check-in!
In a deal secured late Sunday night and announced shortly after midnight, AOL has bought The Huffington Post for $315 million (“$300 million of it in cash and the rest in stock”). HuffPo started in 2005 and is now a major source for news and political info, among other things. And AOL is, well, AOL.
If you’re a single man about town, I’m sure you’ve often asked yourself this question while drinking your beer at a bar surrounded by other dudes. You know that women are out and about en masse – the trouble is, you just can’t figure out where. Well, your problems have now been solved – introducing the Wheretheladies.at web app. It tracks female Foursquare check-ins and then tells you where the greatest concentration of ladies are. Stalkerlicious.