Where Do You Go

where am i?

Previously, this site allowed Foursquare users to create and share a heat maps of their check-ins. It is no longer operational, but existing users can still log in with Google to see their old maps and delete their data.

foursquare says:

"We're all about helping you find new ways to explore the city. We'll help you meet up with your friends and let you earn points and unlock badges for discovering new places, doing new things and meeting new people."

a heat map? huh?

A heat map is a way to visualize location data using color on a map. Denser concentrations of color indicate more Foursquare check-ins at a venue at that particular location.

want the code? go to GitHub
questions? ping @lehrblogger
a mashup by Steven Lehrburger
with updates by Thiago Ganzarolli (Thanks!)
that currently runs on Google App Engine
and was built using Foursquare's API, Juan Odicio's Foursquare v2 library, bit.ly's API, Google Maps, the gheat-ae/gheat Google Code projects, jQuery, and Blueprint CSS
with generous support and input from Bryan Lence, Jorge Just, John Dimatos, Jorge Ortiz, and Kushal Dave, and MONZY
for the Fall 2009 class Mashups: Remixing the Web at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program
and for exhibition at the ITP Winter Show in December 2009
and now there's a belated blog post about the project