The announcement of Osama Bin Laden’s death last night had everyone in a frenzy, and it would seem that everyone felt the need to tweet about it on Twitter. After [...]
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In the category of ”You’re kidding, Right?” AOL has tapped Twitter co-founder Biz Stone as a “strategic adviser.” He is the ”strategic adviser for social impact.” Really. So what will Biz [...]
Why are movies a success? Because they are good? Because of the publicity? Because of the main actors? Nope it’s because of the word of mouth. If you like a movie, [...]
While Superbowl 2011 has come and gone, along with it’s glitches and hickups, it did break a couple of records. 111 million people tuned into Fox to watch the game, [...]
Twitter has really taken off in the last two years or so, and with 25 Billion tweets so far this year, it doesn’t seem to be showing any signs of [...]
Twitter has gone from nothing to one of the worlds biggest websites and social networking platforms in just over a year, it’s quite impressive and fair play to them, it’s [...]
The code snippet above appears to affect only certain Windows-based browsers. Apparently if you have Chrome on Linux you may not be affected.
Tweetie, the app was made by the company Atebits until Twitter acquired them in April. Tweetie itself was already very popular, but its popularity will hit a whole new level now.
TweetyMail is Twitter over email. Yes, it’s simple. You can even eliminate using the Twitter client. So how does it work? Well, its all about shooting off an e-mail. So if you want a Twitter list of the latest tweets from the people you follow, you just send an email.
The internet phenomenon that is Twitter doesn’t seem to be letting up any time soon as it continues to grow and grow with more and more tweets every second. Up to now [...]
Like Twitter, the listings through Anttenna are limited to 140 characters. The company has designed the program service to follow Twitter. Complete strangers who are not following one another on the social networking site can interact with one another in order to facilitate a deal. This is called “Anttweeting.”
Starting next week Firefox users will be able to receive technical support from Firefox through twitter. According to the SOMA blog FireFox intends to offer technical assistance. The origins of their concern comes when Firefox users experience a problem, they might post a tweet to express their frustration bypassing SUMO to getting help with their issue. Firefox looks bad… there is a problem…users don’t find resolution… and users complain.
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