A few thoughts about Twitter and its 280 character limit which slowly devolves into a semi-rant.
I’m not much of a sports nut. In fact, in order to be able to write this entry, I had to go and look up the exact dates for the Olympic Games
For us, the people who spend most of their waking hours in front of a screen or another, hooked up to the tubes and cables that make up what we so lovingly call
For someone who’s been signing up for web-services for the last couple of years, it’s nothing new to receive notice that one of those services has gone, as Google would put
Two reasons to write the following posting. First one is to tell you of that little service that’s tied to Twitter, FoodFeed [http://foodfeed.us]. It lets you send messages to Twitter,