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Twittersheep. Send any media or content you want to all your twitter followers. Tweets in Perpetuity. Sign petitions using twitter. Terrorists may use Google Earth, but fear is no reason to ban it. It regularly comes as a surprise to people that our own infrastructure can be used against us.

Terrorists may use Google Earth, but fear is no reason to ban it

And in the wake of terrorist attacks or plots, there are fear-induced calls to ban, disrupt or control that infrastructure. According to officials investigating the Mumbai attacks, the terrorists used images from Google Earth to help learn their way around. This isn't the first time Google Earth has been charged with helping terrorists: in 2007, Google Earth images of British military bases were found in the homes of Iraqi insurgents. Incidents such as these have led many governments to demand that Google removes or blurs images of sensitive locations: military bases, nuclear reactors, government buildings, and so on. An Indian court has been asked to ban Google Earth entirely. This isn't the only way our information technology helps terrorists. Mobile phone networks help terrorists, too. Let's all stop and take a deep breath. None of this is new. Technology Twitter. Cogdoghouse - TwitterCycle. TwittBot. Real time search – Google launch today « Lucacept – intercepting the Web.

Just last night I wrote about why a company like Google would be interested in the real time search offered by services like Twitter.

Real time search – Google launch today « Lucacept – intercepting the Web

Today they launched just that. Now when you receive search results, at the top of your results will appear real time feeds from Twitter, friendfeedand Yahoo answers. Apparently they are planning to incorporate updates from public Facebook and myspace pages too. Fascinating. The world is moving pretty fast folks. Farmers turn to Twitter to market their produce - 22/09/2010.

A simple greeting card twitter app. Twimemachine - Easily browse through your old tweets. Advanced Twitter Tips, Tricks and Tools. Twitter in Higher Education. Using social media to guide and help you connect to social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, YouTube using social media. By admin Tuesday, June 4, 2013 Social media has become one of the popular platforms for any company to advertise their products and services.

Using social media to guide and help you connect to social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, YouTube using social media

Facebook provides ample of opportunities for such people who want to reach the masses quickly and efficiently. Various strategies are incorporated within the Facebook website that lets you attract attention of the potential buyers of your services and products. The statistics say that 1 in every 12 people on earth is on Facebook making it around million users accessing the website and a perfect way to reach out people. Firstly you need to grow a fan base of around thousand potential customers who might be interested in doing business with you.

There are plenty of reasons why a normal Facebook ad fails. There are few basic ways by which the ads can get working for you. The Ultimate Twitter Toolkit - Reviews by PC Magazine. Familiarize yourself with these powerful Twitter tools to become a Master Tweeter.

The Ultimate Twitter Toolkit - Reviews by PC Magazine

Want to be a Twitter ninja? Hordes of new users are joining and dreaming up new uses for it. As they do so, Twitter is maturing into a viable alternative not just to blog platforms but to RSS readers, news aggregators, media-sharing services, and communication tools. Multimedia, online journalism news and reviews. Wired Campus: A Professor's Tips for Using Twitter in the Classroom - Chronicle.com. Telstra lays down the law on Twitter - Technology - smh.com.au. Top Tips for Twitter Newbs « Phil Wain. Top 13 Twitter Don'ts - Features by PC Magazine. Twitter gets you fired in 140 characters or less - Technotica - MSNBC.com. Why waste valuable social networking hours getting yourself "Facebook fired," when Twitter allows you to humiliate yourself quickly, and in 140 characters or less?

Twitter gets you fired in 140 characters or less - Technotica - MSNBC.com

A recent tweet by one would-be Cisco employee proves that when it comes to placing a permanent black mark on your resume via the Internet, Twitter is now the tool of choice. To illustrate, here’s the tweet the now Web-infamous "theconnor" shared with the world: "Cisco just offered me a job! Now I have to weigh the utility of a fatty paycheck against the daily commute to San Jose and hating the work.” It wasn’t long before Tim Levad, a "channel partner advocate" for Cisco Alert, shared this open response: "Who is the hiring manager. Was "theconnor’s" job offer rescinded? This social networking comedy of errors spread like dancing hamsters across Twitter. Even if the good folks at Cisco somehow see their way past "theconnor’s" monolithic lack of inner monologue, there’s a lesson here: The Internet can get you fired. Why you should use Twitter, and how best to use it.

Video Tutorial: Basics of How to Use Twitter. Five Interesting Ways to use Twitter in the Classroom. Twitter - little conversations across the globe. If Twitter was an animal it would be a honey bee. i.e. shows up everywhere, busily pollinating as it goes. Twitter took off from simple to 'tweet' success. By Jefferson Graham, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO — "What are you doing?

Twitter took off from simple to 'tweet' success

" That question is the rocket fuel for Twitter — a hot social-network service that lets you tell people what you are up to at any given moment of the day — via cellphone, instant messenger, or the Web. Never heard of it, you say? "What are you doing? " is the question Twitter asks "Twitterers" to answer in a simple text message as they connect with friends, co-workers or the wider world. "When people hear about Twitter, their immediate reaction is that it's the simplest and stupidest idea in the world," says co-founder Biz Stone.

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