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Obama joins Foursquare

The President is now one of the 10 million users of the geolocation service that was supposed to be the next big thing and change everything forever. And heck, maybe it still will now that the President('s campaign staff) is on it.

Says Mashable:

The White House says that it will be posting tips about the president's visits around the country as he embarks on an economic bus tour across the Midwest. The White House will also be creating checkin locations for different presidential events. The White House posted its first tip on its page on Monday, revealing that the president delivered a speech in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, where he discussed ways to grow and strengthen the economy.

So after this whole President gig is over, he can fall back on his mayorships.

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