How Foursquare changes public spaces

12/3/2013 | Atlantic Cities, The

Foursquare can radically change the ways in which public spaces are used and perceived, at least for people who use the service heavily, Cornell University researchers say. A study found that super-users were more aware of and more likely to interact with those around them. "Foursquare clearly created heightened awareness of the people around them, and a stronger connection to the actual places where those encounters might take place," Emily Badger writes.

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