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At 10:15 pm I discovered that I had not brought a Macbook power supply on the trip.
April 16th, 2009 Twitter is a fabulous web tool for networking and expanding your contacts base. Job searchers can also use Twitter to learn about new opportunities and get the word out about their own services and portfolio.
Who else wants to get more twitter followers ? This Twitter Marketing resource introduces you to the best Twitter tips and Twitter How tos… period.
As it turns out, you are one fascinating SOB, and people need to know what you’re doing. You can almost feel the yearning. What are you doing?
A collection of the 14 best tools available to help you manage and maximize twitter in alphabetical order!
After three years on the web, Twitter has become more than just another micro-blogging client. A whole industry of web applications have sprung up to extend and capitalize on Twitter’s capabilities, from the ridiculously silly, to the gobsmackingly useful. If Twitter is not already a part of your daily life, these applications can give you a whole new perspective on the idea of Getting Things Done.
As you can see from the web design here at Blog.SpoonGraphics , I am quite a fan of the distressed and craft like feel of brown paper. These five textures are straight from my collection of resources, scanned from the likes of parcel wrapping, grocery bags and old envelopes. At 300dpi each they are larger than you will ever need for the web, whilst having the resolution to also be used for print.
I have not been shy about sharing my passion and love for Twitter . It is the most influential tool in my personal learning network. Here’s why I love Twitter:
Whether teacher or learner, Twitter is an invaluable tool in your personal learning network.
I am pleased to be here writing my first ‘official’ ProspectMX blog post on a subject that I truly love – Twitter! If you’re not quite sure what I’m talking about, maybe we should start with a brief explanation. Twitter is a ‘Micro-Blogging’ / Social Media, kinda thing.
Monday, December 29, 2008
If you've heard of Twitter but don't exactly know what it is or how it works, you're in good company. In the past two months a bunch of my friends, ranging in age from early 20s to late 30s, have asked me about Twitter -- or Tweeter, as one person accidentally called it.