Saturday, August 28, 2010

iwasaround.com: Foursquare Badge List

Active Foursquare Badges


NEWBIE

Awarded for your first check in.

ADVENTURER

Check in to 10 different venues.

EXPLORER

Check in to 25 different venues.

SUPERSTAR

Check in to 50 different venues.

BENDER

Check in 4 nights in a row.

CRUNKED

Check in 4 times in a night.

LOCAL

Check in at the same place 3x in a week.

SUPERUSER

Check in 30 times in a month.

PLAYER PLEASE

Check in with 3 members of the opposite sex.

SCHOOL NIGHT

Check in after 3am on a school night.

FAR FAR AWAY

(Geo-Dependant) Checking in outside the city “boundaries”.

BROOKLYN 4 LIFE

Check in 25+ times in Brooklyn, NY.

PHOTOGENIC

Check in 3 times with a venue having a photobooth.

SOCIALITE

“Keep this up and you’re going to end up on Valleywag with Julia Allison”

GOSSIP GIRL

“Spotted: A true foursquare socialite. Chuck Bass would be impressed. xoxo”

DOUCHEBAG

Achievement for checking into places tagged “douchebag”.

ANIMAL HOUSE

“Off the wagon appreciates your business. COLLEGE!”

ZIGGY’S WAGON

Check in with 3 food wagons.

DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’

Check in to 3 venues tagged “karaoke” in a month.

GYM RAT

Check in to a gym 10 times in 30 days.

OVERSHARE

Check in 10 times in 12 hours.

TRAINSPOTTER

Check in with the SF BART 10 times.

JETSETTER

Check in to 5 airports.

16 CANDLES

Send 5 birthday shout outs.

ZOETROPE

Have 10 movie theater check ins .

PIZZAIOLO

Check in to 20 different pizza places.

JOBS

Check in to 3 Apple Stores.

WARHOL

Check in to 10 different venues tagged “gallery”

BABYSITTER

Check in to 10 playgrounds.

SWARM

Check in a spot with 50+ people.

SUPER MAYOR

Be the Mayor of 10 venues at once.

I’M ON A BOAT!

Check in to a venue tagged ‘boat’

Other resources: http://www.4squarebadges.com/foursquare-badge-list/

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

thnx

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

acebook recently launched its own foray into the location business. But will Facebook Places kill or nurture the location-based startups such as Foursquare and Gowalla?

Facebook Places is the social network’s attempt to climb on the location-based services market which has been steadily growing over the past year or so. Startups such as Foursquare and Gowalla have managed to make a name for themselves, at least among the tech community. But Facebook Places ups the ante substantially.

The simple premise of Facebook Places is to allow Facebook’s 500 million-strong userbase to register where they are and make comments on that locale. So, as an example, if they’re at a restaurant they can tell others what they ate, damn the waiter, complain about the bill or whatever.

Facebook Places could do one of two things: kill off the smaller startups purely by presence, or bring location-based services into the mainstream in a big way, thereby giving the lesser-known (relative to Facebook) startups a huge boost.acebook recently launched its own foray into the location business. But will Facebook Places kill or nurture the location-based startups such as Foursquare and Gowalla?

Facebook Places is the social network’s attempt to climb on the location-based services market which has been steadily growing over the past year or so. Startups such as Foursquare and Gowalla have managed to make a name for themselves, at least among the tech community. But Facebook Places ups the ante substantially.

The simple premise of Facebook Places is to allow Facebook’s 500 million-strong userbase to register where they are and make comments on that locale. So, as an example, if they’re at a restaurant they can tell others what they ate, damn the waiter, complain about the bill or whatever.

Facebook Places could do one of two things: kill off the smaller startups purely by presence, or bring location-based services into the mainstream in a big way, thereby giving the lesser-known (relative to Facebook) startups a huge boost.

Ass said...

You are a douchebag

Thanks

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