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
Slate’s Jack Shafer on if and why Twitter makes smart people say dumb things. It’s an interesting read, not least because everyone who uses Twitter probably reads a whole bunch of
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. It lets you send messages to Twitter, detailing what you’
Twitter, the reinvention of the wheel (if a wheel was in fact something people use but don’t actually know if they actually need it), lets people follow other people’s activity stream.
Today I received one of the coveted invites to Jaiku*, the micro-blogging service that’s been likened to Twitter a lot (even though it has been around longer). While Jaiku used to be
Being one of the first people to have blogged about Twitter, I’m not at all uncomfortable with the role of the Nr.1 specialist on the topic. Sure, there are people like
Ah, I just can’t stop writing about Twitter. Somehow there’s just a lot more fun in writing about things that serve no real purpose. Well, here’s another installment in that
The more avid readers of this website may have noticed a scandalous lack of postings lately. And if there were postings, they were uninspired regurgitations of images, links or, well, nothing much at
Ever thought that blogs are way too much effort just to relay your day to day activities to a couple of strangers? Well, Twitter’s your answer. Equipped with a mobile and a