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A platform becomes popular, gains mainstream appeal, and the race to the bottom begins. We saw this happen with the iPhone, where a plethora of farting applications hit the store. GovFresh - Government 2.0. Scientists warn of Twitter dangers. Six Things Libraries Should Tweet. This is a post in response to David Lee King’s post on How Not to Tweet.
He correctly pointed out some things you shouldn’t do. He also said you should think about the big picture like “What do you want to get out of it?” But people often wonder, what sort of things should our library tweet about? 5 Ways to Share Images on Twitter. Josh Catone is a writer, editor, and entrepreneur from Providence, Rhode Island.
He is a social media enthusiast and the founder of the web's largest Ruby on Rails community, Rails Forum. You can follow him on . As the web moves toward its real-time future, Twitter is clearly becoming one of the most important ways for people to share content. From celebrity gossip to customer complaints, from blog post links to breaking news, Twitter is an amazing platform for sharing short bursts of information, both meaningful and mundane.
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– Niche Marketing Online – Follow her @sherice Just like in real life, your online social life will expand to fit any amount of time you give it. Twitter is the most notorious for this “productivity drain” – that’s why talented programmers have taken it upon themselves to create new ways to make managing your online social life even easier. Twitter Basics for Journalists & Recovering Journos — cont. Online - E-Media Tidbits. Kevin Rose: 10 Ways To Increase Your Twitter Followers. What Exactly is the Point of Twitter?
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Let me start off by saying that I was a relative late-comer to Twitter. It had been popular for quite some time before I signed up, because I, like many of you, thought “I’m already on Livejournal, MySpace, Facebook and <insert other social networking site here>. Twitter Gets Hacked, Badly.