We just pushed the ability to view your friends and the maps they have created. Up next, combining their data with yours to see the overlap of venues.
If you want to hide your FourSquare Visualization, click the lock icon next to your name.
If you want to delete your visualization, click delete after locking. You’re data will be deleted from our servers.
You’ll have to login first via weeplaces.com/foursquare if you are not logged in already.
Why build this?
It was a weekend project that was inspired by the lack of people doing cool things with the FourSquare API.
So we spent the weekend building this first iteration.
Who are we?
We’re the Movity.com team.
FEEDBACK NEEDED. How can we make this better? Top visited places? Best known neighborhoods? Sent some to firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Weeplaces.com?
Weeplaces makes your checkins useful.
Checkins are a record of your experiences, activities, and places you’ve been. WeePlaces makes use of this data by creating geoprofiles, a personal page of these experiences. Our goal is to be your storage and organization tool of all your geodata.
WeePlaces is made by the geo-startup Movity.com. A bunch of entrepreneurs, who focus on data, geo, and making things awesome.
Eric Wu, product
Founder, Rentwiki (20 employees, $4.5m raised)
BusinessWeek’s Top 25 Entrepreneur Under 25
Founder REIT at 19 yr old, Speaker: Harvard, NAA, NMHC.
Vaughn Koch, tech
Expedia (6 yrs)
Bing (1 yr)
Burning man (4 yrs)
Zain Memon, tech
Core contributor the Django
Lead eng at Voltage
Born in the 1990’s
Sha Hwang, product
Stamen Design (2 yrs)
Projects for Flickr, MTV, CNN, etc
Speaker for data visualization
Jonathan McCoy, tech
Founder of 2 successful ventures
Artificial intelligence background
Andrew Kitchell, community
Founder of 30words
Owns 3 bikes
Will answer any email sent to him
We’re funded by YCombinator and raised a $1.3m seed round from angels including Naval Ravikant, Paul Buhheit, and Aydin Senkut.