SleepingTime.org tells us about a particular user’s sleeping pattern, if their tweets are publicily available. This is done by analyzing the tweets of that user based on their timezone. All you have to do is enter a person’s Twitter username and you can get his sleeping time. Its rather a rough estimation taken from the time of the day when they are not tweeting. So with FourSquare you know where people are, with FourWhere you know where you should go and now with SleepingTime.org you get to know when people sleep! Now that all this information is available, whom is it going to help ?
FourWhere joins the best of Foursquare and Google Maps. It is a search engine for location based social network. If we want to explore a place, the best option is FourWhere. You can select a location by city or neighborhood and then view all the venues in that area. Be it restaurants, stores or places of entertainment, you can even view the tips / reviews offered by people who have been to that venue before. It also shows the location, with the number of checkins in that venue.
The site was developed by Sysomos, the social media analytics service company using the public data from Foursquare and Google Maps API. “More people are using location-based services such as Foursquare, Yelp, Twitter and Gowalla. Today’s launch of FourWhere is the first step in bringing the local buzz together.” says Nick Koudas, chief executive and co-founder with Sysomos. [Read more…]