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Your tips make a difference. See how many people you’ve helped today.

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With over 55 million tips in the all-new Foursquare, people have shared a lot of expert advice and insider knowledge. And, we hear from you that one of the most rewarding things about the new app is seeing how many people you’ve helped. Now, when you tap to view your own tips, we show you how many people have seen it.

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To see how many people each of your tips has reached, first head to your profile. Then tap on any tip and you’ll see how many people have viewed it, along with likes and saves. We’ll also let you know when a tip of yours has reached a certain milestone, like being seen over 100 times, as well has how many people saw your tips each week.

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Your tips have always helped shape people’s experiences. Now you can see just how much of an impact your tips are making.

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Two fish are playing Street Fighter II and it is surprisingly awesome Right this minute, Aquarius and Robert the Bruce, two fish, are battling to the death in an epic game of Street Fighter II Turbo. You see, the two fish live in a fish tank wired up to a camera that tracks their movements and doles out the appropriate commands to the video game. It’s like FishPlaysPokemon, but more hardcore. I never thought I’d see one fish KO another fish using the “throw” move. But now I have, and I’m thankful.

Huh.

thisistheverge:

Two fish are playing Street Fighter II and it is surprisingly awesome
Right this minute, Aquarius and Robert the Bruce, two fish, are battling to the death in an epic game of Street Fighter II Turbo. You see, the two fish live in a fish tank wired up to a camera that tracks their movements and doles out the appropriate commands to the video game. It’s like FishPlaysPokemon, but more hardcore. I never thought I’d see one fish KO another fish using the “throw” move. But now I have, and I’m thankful.

Huh.

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Treehouse, Atlanta, USA by Peter Bahouth | via

Architect Peter Bahouth built a series of houses in the trees connected by wooden bridges in Atlanta. Inspired by his love for nature and his childhood memories of boyhood treehouses, environmentalist Peter Bahouth created this grown-up fort in his Atlanta backyard. The three rooms of this treehouse have been named ‘Mind,’ ‘Body’ and ‘Spirit’ by its owner. A suspension bridge connects the living room to the bedroom that includes a platform bed which slides out for a better view of the tree canopy.

Photography: Lindsay Appel

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Awesome wkd w @chelsa’s mom & step-dad who drove all the way from Florida towing four bikes so we could all ride together in upstate NY. 

ps: 1972 Honda cl350 (red, mine), 1982 Triumph Royal Wedding 750 (black, Chelsa’s), 1952 AJS Model 18S 500 (chrome, Pam’s), 1975 Norton Commando 850 (white, Terry’s) (at Phoenicia Diner)

Awesome wkd w @chelsa’s mom & step-dad who drove all the way from Florida towing four bikes so we could all ride together in upstate NY.

ps: 1972 Honda cl350 (red, mine), 1982 Triumph Royal Wedding 750 (black, Chelsa’s), 1952 AJS Model 18S 500 (chrome, Pam’s), 1975 Norton Commando 850 (white, Terry’s) (at Phoenicia Diner)