Robert Scoble has an interesting interview with founder and demo of Plazes.
It’s such a strange concept to me because I have spent most of my adult life making sure that people either didn’t track $us or to allow $us to track other people and what they are doing. I just don’t buy off on the fact that people would volunteer their geolocation and current activity–I’m too much inclined to answer “Nun yo” if you ask where I’m at than I am to tell you the truth.
At this point about all I can do is shrug and say “Wow, the Web 2.0 kids are weird.” =)
Now all we need is for Al Qaeda to register and we’ll be golden. “I’m sitting at a teastand in Quetta, here is my GPS grid and I’ll be here for a couple of hours.”