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There is no shortage of Twitter related post floating around the internet these days. In fact, it is quite the opposite. There are tons of them out there these days. Some of them are good and some of them are just filled with so much crap or schemes it makes you wonder who wrote it. We decided to do a round up of some of the best Twitter related tutorials out there to help you out. This list includes tutorials on everything from how to change your Twitter background to how to use the Twitter API.
The most valuable aspect of MOOCs is that the large number of learners enables the formation of sub-networks based on interested, geography, language, or some other attribute that draws individuals together.
Over the past year, all the major tech blogs have done round-up articles of great Greasemonkey scripts to use with Twitter ( including us ). What this says about Twitter's native functionality we aren't sure, but we know we've had upwards of 10 separate scripts installed and active at different times. All that is going to end, at least for the next little while, as we have just found the GM script that does everything (and we mean everything ). It's the innocently named, Troy's Twitter Script (created by Troy Thompson ) that we first noticed written up over on TechRaga . After installing the script and visiting Twitter, we found so many useful tweaks to almost every Twitter view that it was almost overwhelming.
HERE are just some of the twitterati, together with their handles: LILY ALLEN lilyroseallen ALAN CARR alancarr JORDAN misskatieprice JAMIE OLIVER jamie_oliver
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ENG 371WR: Writing for Nonreaders in the Postprint Era M-W-F: 11:00 a.m.—12:15 p.m. Instructor: Robert Lanham Course Description
Over the last few years I’ve worked on different live reports for different kind of festivals. I like what you can make with (almost) realtime information based on the API’s of other services. For the Urban Explorers festival in May this year I started working on a new interface. The amount of aggregated information can be overwhelming for people, so I’m looking at how can you keep it understandable for new visitors. Or in the case of Urban Explorers for people who never visited or will never visit the festival. UE is a music and art festival that takes place in different venues in the city of Dordrecht.
In early April, Adam Wilson posted a status update on the social networking Web site Twitter -- just by thinking about it. Just 23 characters long, his message, "using EEG to send tweet," demonstrates a natural, manageable way in which "locked-in" patients can couple brain-computer interface technologies with modern communication tools. A University of Wisconsin-Madison biomedical engineering doctoral student, Wilson is among a growing group of researchers worldwide who aim to perfect a communication system for users whose bodies do not work, but whose brains function normally. Among those are people who have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), brain-stem stroke or high spinal cord injury. Some brain-computer interface systems employ an electrode-studded cap wired to a computer.
Yahoo Pipes are a pretty cool way to create mashups fast and this post will teach you how to plot your Twitter followers or friends on a map and embed it into your blog in less than five minutes! Yes, five minutes, set your stopwatch running... now! There are two pipes to choose from, one for your Twitter followers and one for your Twitter friends .
Learn how to show the value of social media to your boss and how to implement it for your business. Date : Wed. April 22, 2009 Time : 3PM ET (GMT -5) What time is that for me? Duration : 1 Hour
Here is a TwitterMap with my latest Tweet & location I blogged about using Twitter to distribute interesting links directly from Google Reader last week , and since I’ve really started looking into other cool applications using Twitter and Google applications combined. I never thought the two would match so well, but there are a few really awesome things you can do that integrate Twitter with Google Talk , Google Maps , Google Home and even Google Calendar . Here is a list of the coolest applications that help you Tweet your mind out using Google apps! Tweet yourself into organization with TwitterCal – You can add events directly to your Google Calendar by sending a Tweet to a bot that processes and forwards your events directly to your Google Calendar.
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