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Gmail has been my primary email account because of its superb functionality. All my email accounts have been forwarded into one single gmail account which make it very easy for me to check my email.
Here at ReadWriteWeb, we're big fans of URL shorteners (although not all URL shorteners mind you). We use them for microblogging sites where we have to conserve characters, tracking how many people are clicking through links we share, and keeping groups of links organized. That's why we like Sqworl , a URL shortener that acts like a lightbox for links we're sharing. If you've ever had the opportunity to gather collections of stock images - or looked at a Flickr set - you know the benefits of a lightbox. By collecting a series of disparate images under a single URL, you can easily show someone else exactly what you want them to see.
Over the last months, Twitter has become extremely popular across the Web, with more blogs, magazines and companies using it to communicate with their audiences and customers.
How useful can communication limited to 140 characters be for serious journalism? It turns out that the short messages you find on Twitter have proven wildly useful for some writers penning larger pieces. Here at ReadWriteWeb we've been leveraging Twitter heavily for some of our most important news writing. While cynics dismiss twitter as frivolous, we've got stories to share that should make anyone reconsider their doubts about the microblogging medium.
Note: There are known issues with trying to use Tweeter Karma in conjunction with Microsoft Internet Explorer.
<img src="http://cdn.ruhanirabin.com/userfiles/2009/02/twitter-tools-400x88.jpg" alt="most useful twitter-tools - become a twitter pro" title="most useful twitter-tools - become a twitter pro" width="400" height="88" class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-718" /> Since Twitter becomes a trend settler and a unique perspective to a micro blogging system.
I have so many people asking me how to write Tweets.
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Go Media is trying something new here. We’re using our official twitter account to offer design help and customer service. Crazy?
Posted by José Picardo on September 2, 2008 I have been looking forward to the lauch of Edmodo since I first found out about it earlier this year. Edmodo is now coming to the end of its private beta trials and is giving itself the last final touches before it goes live, ready to be exploited by students, teachers and lecturers.
I read Chris O'B rien's IdeaLab post about the latest Twitterquake and the 10 (so far) comments with a great deal of interest.
This is a guest post from Samir Balwani of Internet Marketing blog Left the Box.com .