Introducing the all-new Foursquare, which learns what you like and leads you to places you'll love.


There’s no reason why we should all get the same recommendations when looking for a place to eat, drink or shop. Getting a one-size-fits-all list of places may have been innovative in 2006, but it feels downright antiquated now. Our tastes are all different, so why should we all see the same…

I’ve been using Foursquare since my first smartphone (Android G1) and have seen it shift and change so much. When I jumped into it, it was a game where you collect points by checking into places more often than your friends. I didn’t have many friends in my area who also played foursquare so it was always a singular experience, but it was still fun to have some un-contested mayorships. This most recent shift into an exploration service feels right, since the nature of checking in has changed. Looking forward to jumping into this newest foursquare (While playing swarm on the side!).

foursquare swarm

Creative Writing: Adventures Through Time from Duke TIP on Vimeo.

Do you dream of captivating the world with your fiction? Learn to write great stories as you follow characters from an original TIP adventure film set in ancient Rome and Egypt, Renaissance England, and 20th century China and Argentina. Help new characters and familiar faces such as Julius Caesar, Nefertiti, Evita, and Queen Elizabeth I escape dramas and traumas while studying how to craft your own unique tales. Take history, arts, and vocabulary excursions so you can develop believable worlds with high stakes and intriguing characters. Master advanced skills of revision as you develop your own original plots, points of view, settings, and style.

Learn more: