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I was pleased a few months back to see Calvin College sign up for twiter. A small college in the Michigan town where I lived for three years up until last summer, the college is my wife’s former employer, a previous client of mine, and a place that dominated quite a bit of our social life in Grand Rapids. Twitter seemed a simple way to keep up with what was going on without much effort. But within a couple of months I stopped following them, partly out of frustration with some recent political developments on the campus but primarily because their twitter presence felt far too much like an anonymous broadcast, and close to an abuse of the medium. It’s an example I’ve had on my mind while pondering the possibilities for official twitter usage at Greenbelt .
Oh how I love blogging platform WordPress . They launch cool features every two weeks or so. To me, they appear like a bunch of enthusiast who want to conquer the blogging world. Their latest baby is WordPress.tv .