October 1st, 2013

Giving a birds-eye view of the pulse of six major cities, Foursquare recently released videos showing exactly how users of the app navigate through San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, London, Istanbul and Tokyo. The company “took a year of check-ins and condensed them to show what each city looks like on an average day.” The time-lapse videos are color coded to distinguish check-ins associated with activities such as school, travel and nightlife and offer an awe-inspiring glimpse into location-based behaviors.

(Source: eater.com)

August 12th, 2013

The upcoming book, NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette, is a labor of love from New Yorker, Nathan Pyle. In March, Pyle uploaded numerous GIFs to Reddit that expressed the things every New Yorker should know, garnering over 48,000 upvotes and 200,000 clicks. Two weeks later, he landed the book deal. The book is a continuation of the Reddit post, that will feature 144 tips and tricks for navigating the Big Apple.

The book is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.

(Source: Wired)

March 20th, 2012

The power of branding should never be underestimated. Via Fast Company;

CityMaps is a view of New York City, Austin and San Francisco through its logos alone. Rather than using satellite images, Street View or legends for schools and restaurants, the map uses branding in its purest form—along with offers for all sorts of corresponding coupons—to help you discover somewhere you’d like to go.

March 8th, 2012

Dave NY featured in ’The Anecdote’ - A fresh docu-series capturing the extraordinary lives of industry icons, told first-hand from those behind the scenes. 

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