However – and if I had thought this through, I would have thought of this – it is less than useful for me because I am always only in one of two places: home or work. Littleton or Lexington. Frick or Frack. Even without Plazes, you have a 50% chance of guessing my location correctly. Your chances grow even better armed with the knowledge that my boss is not a big work-at-home fan.
If I were a jet-setter like Ed, it would be great to show people that today I’m in Amsterdam at a conference, and last week I was in Albuquerque at a customer site. Alas, I’m not a jet-setter. Oh, but next week I will be … I’ll be travelling on business for the first time since the Pleistocene era, so it’ll be useful then.
So, am I missing something? Some critical piece of web 2.0 goodness that only Plazes can give me? Do tell.
Inquiring minds and web 2.0 addicts want to know.