Do you know about flook.it?
Flook is a 'location browser' that enables iPhone users to discover and share what they see around them.
Imagine you are standing by the British Library in Euston Road. You can use flook to find out what your fellow flookers have said about nearby attractions. Maybe good cheap eats, places to visits, forthcoming events, sites of infamous past events. These messages take the form of flook cards.
Cards have a full-screen photo and some text. The point is that they're geo-located - placed at a specific location for you to find when you're nearby. Over time, flook learns which cards people like most, and then shows them to you first.
As an experiment we've got together with flook.it to display the 'London 1870s and now' photos from this blog. Find out more on the flook.it website.
Please let us know what you think.