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Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 1:43 pm

Cees07-14-2010 10:34 AM




Has anyone seen this?
 
Came across this site yesterday, comments anyone?

http://foursquare.com/

teltheworld07-14-2010 11:28 AM




Hi Cees

It doesn't look like serious competition to a .Tel but even so I think we need to keep ahead of the game

Cees07-14-2010 12:51 PM




One can never relax, it would appear.

spline07-14-2010 01:27 PM




Perhaps it could be integrated into .tel and they could start to sell .tel domains!

can07-14-2010 03:23 PM




Telnic should develope teltter,
Everytime we add an item on .tel, show it like this website.

Bunjie07-14-2010 06:05 PM




Well it's been around a while and is well established, but phone manufactures can do the same by geolocating your phone which they can do anyway, then throw up all near by .tels from the Google map locations that are stored on the .tel, then just leave a message in someones company .tel

It could be much faster than this, and at lower cost and reach many more people, .tel has advantage that we don't need heavy websites to support simple services in some cases.

They have to do so much stuff web side, which means eventually they wont be able to cope with demand like twitter and end up having foursquare fail bowlers, but .tel is always in the DNS so can cope with millions and millions of hits and process most of it phone side.

I all for having designated sub domains for service layouts like, one can be switched to a twitter type stuff or micro blog, or news or other stuff.

dutchstreetdog07-17-2010 10:57 AM




And thisone http://twtbizcard.com

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