Street Fight Daily: Ford Integrates Offers, Web Readership Booming

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Daily Deals Are Coming to Your Car (Wired)… Why Starbucks is betting on Square (GigaOm)… Two Years After the Tipping Point, Papers’ Web Readership is Booming (Paid Content)…

Foursquare’s Biz Dev Chief Decamps for Andreessen Horowitz

Tristan Walker, who pioneered some of the company’s most innovative partnerships, announced today that he is leaving the location-based social networking company. He joins Pinterest co-founder Paul Sciarra, who left the ecommerce startup to become an EIR at Andreessen Horowitz early last month…

Street Fight Brings Popular Summit to San Francisco!

On June 5, hyperlocal’s brightest minds will converge on the Bently Reserve in downtown San Francisco for Street Fight Summit West, the first West Coast conference produced by Street Fight. Confirmed speakers and attendees include some of the top thinkers in hyperlocal. Early bird tickets are available at a 50% discount for a limited time…

Twitter Local: @PaulCarr, @AndyEllwood, @LizaBarista and more

All the tweets that fit… listening in on the hyperlocal Twitterverse.

This week, Erin Carlon, Andy Ellwood, and Clara Shih point their words at customer experience. Vin Vacanti has some grounding advice for startups. Paul Carr, who made waves this past week with the news of his TechCrunch resignation, makes some thinly veiled barbs. And more…

Twitter Local: @MarissaMayer, @LisaWilliams, @PerryEvans, @RobCurley and more…

This week on Twitter, Rob Curley notes that “innovative” doesn’t always drive readership; Closely’s Perry Evans calls Zagat “an aggregation model and methodology,” and Grapphic’s Michael Fives rolls his eyes at TechCrunch, AOL and HuffPo: It’s “like watching a bunch of spoiled children misbehave.” Read more from the hyperlocal twitterverse.