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Foursquare

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Description Foursquare is a location-based mobile application that allows participants to share their location with friends. Individuals earn points and virtual badges for "checking in" and can leave tips and suggestions about businesses they frequent.
Author(s) Stan Skrabut (skrabutTalk)
Email Stan Skrabut
Location Room 120
University of Wyoming, College of Agriculture
Phone 307-766-3722
Last Updated 20 May, 2010

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Description

Foursquare is a location-based mobile application that allows participants to share their location with friends. Individuals earn points and virtual badges for "checking in" and can leave tips and suggestions about businesses they frequent. The individual who checks into an establishment most often becomes the "Mayor."

Each week, there is a new leader board where friends can compare results.

Essential Requirements

In order to use Evernote, you will need at a minimum a Web browser. However, you can reach its full potential through the installation of applications to your Web browser, desktop, iPad, and phone.

Equipment

The only required equipment is a device to access the Internet. This can be a phone, iPad, or computer.

Software

Software for Evernote can be found at Evernote downloads. This link will provide you with links to download applications for your computer, Web browser, and mobile devices.

Learning resources information

Reading List

Key Web links

Guides and Beginner Instructions

Here are a number of great guides to help you better understand Evernote and its capabilities.

Business

Here are a number of great ideas for using Evernote in a business environment.

Education

Here are a number of great ideas for using Evernote in a education environment.

Getting Things Done

Getting Things Done (GTD) is an organization strategy created by David Allen. Here are two links to learn more about this strategy: Getting Things Done, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and What is GTD?

Organizing Ideas

Other Ideas

Resources

Searching

Sending From Different Devices and Applications

Here are a number of instructions for collecting ideas and inspiration from various devices.

Video Tutorials

Here is a collection of videos that will help you understand and use Evernote].

References