Social Networking is a trend you cannot hide from. I believe we either already have reached, or soon are going to reach the point where you’ll earn yourself a confused stare upon revealing not to be using Facebook.
How else would you know you have any friends in the first place, right?

Anyway, after the big impact of platforms like Facebook and Twitter, which mostly focus on the exchange of text, images or videos, now the location related services, like Foursquare or Google Latitude are growing; to a point that also Facebook and Twitter are adding geo information to their services.

Now the question is: Do I really want to enable, possibly random, people to track my movements or the lack thereof?

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