If there’s one valuable thing Twitter holds, it is the company’s vast treasure trove of billions of tweets. It is an opus of thoughts and utterances, all made in real time, that make up the company’s most precious asset — the “interest graph.” Twitter knows this.
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If you’ve managed to get access to the newest version of the Twitter web site, also known as #NewNewTwitter, you might have noticed that the content is now on the right-hand side, which just feels unnatural. Here’s how to fix it in Chrome or Firefox. It’s pretty simple—all you need to do is install a quick user script.
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11 January 2012 Last updated at 10:05 ET Google wants to make search more social Twitter has complained about changes made by Google to integrate its social network Google+ into search results. The new feature, called Search plus Your World, will automatically push results from Google+ up the search rankings. Tweeting on the news, Twitter's lawyer Alex Macgillivray described it as a "bad day for the internet". Google is determined to push its social network in the face of continued rivalry with Facebook.
Twitter must comply with a formerly secretive subpoena and hand user account information over to the Boston Police Department as part of a criminal investigation, according to a Massachusetts superior court judge’s ruling in a closed hearing on Thursday, the Boston Globe’s Metrodesk reported. The ruling from the Suffolk Superior Court judge was a blow to one of the Twitter users named in the subpoena, @p0isAn0N, aka Guido Fawkes, and his lawyers at the American Civil Liberties Union in Massachusetts, who filed a motion to overturn the subpoena originally served by the Suffolk District Attorney on December 14. In the subpoena, the Suffolk DA requests that Twitter hand over all of @p0isAn0N’s account information and the account information of other users no later than December 28 as part of an unspecified criminal investigation by the Boston Police Department.
In base economic terms, the value of individual Twitter updates seems to be negligible; after all, what is a Twitter post but a few bits of data sent caroming through the Internet? But in a world where social media’s influence can mean the difference between a lucrative sale and another fruitless cold call, social media accounts at companies have taken on added significance. The question is: Can a company cash in on, and claim ownership of, an employee’s social media account, and if so, what does that mean for workers who are increasingly posting to Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus during work hours?
Editor’s Note: This is the first of a series of columns in which the author will address the subject of cyberbullying. ©iStockphoto.com/Rivendellstudios Recently, I have noticed that the number of bullies on Twitter is growing. If you are unfamiliar with this popular online social networking and micro-blogging service, where users can send and read posted text of up to 140 characters, then read no further; this information is not for you. But if you tweet, or follow others on Twitter, with a particular focus on issues relating to government and politics, this column may be of keen interest. In this and subsequent columns, I plan to examine bullying among Twitter users who share this focus.
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Already, 2012 is shaping up to be the first “Twitter election,” but the social media site presents both pitfalls and opportunities for political campaigns. The rise of new Internet services has been a game changer in recent campaign cycles. In 2006, a YouTube video of then-Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) using the term “macaca” helped sink his reelection bid, and in 2008, Barack Obama, energized his young supporters through Facebook. In 2012, the Web phenomenon most likely to change the political dynamic is Twitter, the social networking site that creates a real-time loop of communication among its users.
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Updated on Wed, 2012-09-26 12:20 Place a button on your site or application which allows Twitter users to enjoy the benefits of a registered user account in as little as one click. Works on websites, iOS, mobile and desktop applications. Features Ease of use - A new visitor to your site only has to click two buttons in order to sign in for the first time.
Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters , known as " tweets ".
A libel lawsuit filed in Oregon could be the first in the state to address the issue of defamation on Twitter. The suit was brought by Dr. Jerry Darm against blogger Tiffany Craig . This week, the case settled out of court. Craig is a Portlander who blogs about IT issues , gaming and, occasionally, her shoes .
GitHub is now the "source of truth" but I will always try to update to this project page. https://github.com/bear/python-twitter
Skip to Main Content Area Developers Home Documentation Getting Started with the Twitter Platform is easy. Jump right into the API resource documentation , explore the developer console , or manage your apps .
Guest Post - In this post Dasari Harish will show you how to have a stunning Twitter bird Fly around your blog pages, landing randomly in view of visitors to Share your posts and Follow you. "Twitter", is one of the most popular Social networking sites in the world among Bloggers to promote their blogs.There are a number of twitter widgets , scripts and plugins available to integrate Twitter with your blog.Most of the icons, buttons or badges are stationary or a fixed floating Twitter gadgets .Now here i have a very cool unique Blogger Twitter widget, an actual Animated flying Twitter Bird that flies around your blog. This Plugin is java script based and it will display an animated Twitter bird that settles on different places of your blogs visible area.
There is a Facebook fans widget, Google friends widget, what about a Twitter friends widget?!