Tag: twitter

TwitterClouds

  DaCort has done it again. He’s taken an already cool twitter tool, TweetSTATS and made it even cooler and more useful by giving us our very own TweetCloud! Not only can we view all kinds of cool statistics about our Twitter usage but now we…

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Twitter Hashtags and Groups

As your list of friends grows on Twitter, the amount of messages that scroll across your screen increases exponentially. Pretty soon it becomes impossible to catch messages directed your way in real-time. Ultimately you have to resort to backtracking or using a search tool like TweetScan…

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Secrets of the Startup Sages

What better way to learn how to launch a startup than to get advice from those who’ve proven to be successful with their own startups? Here is a collection of excellent wisdom and advice from some of the best startup sages in web history. Also included…

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Twitter is this generation's CB Radio

Everyone is going ga ga over twitter these days but it reminds me of a similar communications craze that swept the country way back in the 1970s when I was tiny little Pai. I’m talking about CB (Citizens’ Band) Radio which reached its peak of populariy…

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Twitterture

As much as I love Twitter, the sad truth is that its strict 140-character limit is both its strength as well as its weakness. The trick is learning when to use twitter and how to use it. It truly has evolved into its own form of…

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Bye Bye Birdie 2.0

Oh, don’t you hate it when you can’t connect to twitter? My inner child throws a tantrum and needs a babysitter. What a painful sight to see that bird upside down. I click and click but I can’t seem to turn it around. What in the…

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Twitter 101

Unless you were living under a rock the last year or actually had one of them there things they call a life, then you know all about Twitter. In any event, whether you are new to Twitter or a seasoned veteran, here are some cool and…

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10th Anniversary of Blogging

NPR has an excellent segment on the 10th Anniversary of the term Blog on their site. People were “blogging” more than ten years ago, but it just wasn’t called blogging back then. I called what I was documenting online a personal journal because I refused to…

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