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Paris Diary: The International Geek Brotherhood… | Traveling Gee
Traveling Geeks 09 Paris: Microblog via Twitter Traveling Geeks 09 Paris: Microblog via Twitter My platform of choice during the Traveling Geeks 09 trip to Paris was first Twitter to microblog, then loading the microblog items to a blog post (my blogging platform is Typepad). Twitter is an application that allows people to share what they are doing at the moment in 140 characters or less. My niche on Twitter is to share parenting and technology updates, so this information would fit within my framework. At LeWeb I learned about Seesmic so I hope to try that out as an interface for my next microblogging adventure.
Mike Arrington Interviews Google’s Marissa Mayer #tg09 #leweb | 
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Niklas Zennström at LeWeb 
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Traveling Geeks Paris 09 - a set on Flickr
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Microsoft Traveling Geeks Geek Pad 
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The Real-Time Web – Indeed! 
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