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Looking to do a Wordle of a Twitter feed?

Twitter does not make it easy to access the RSS feed for an account, in fact you need to dig around to find a method to access the RSS stream. The method I am using here is via the Twitter … Continue reading

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Twitter Spam … from me :(

Checking my tweet stream on the way into work this morning, and there as bold as day is a tweet from me – that I didn’t send! Now this is a pretty bad discovery, it would appear that my Twitter … Continue reading

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Retweet

[1] Retweet rollout continues (2009-Nov-10) [Twitter] [2] Hate It Or Love It, Twitter’s New Retweet Style Is Rolling Out (2009-Nov-10) [TechCrunch]

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Twitter Lists

Interesting discovery on logging into Twitter this morning, it seems that Twitter Lists have been released into the great unwashed as a BETA 😉 Note the not so fine print “Lists are timelines you build yourself, consisting of friends, family, … Continue reading

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Tomorrow is Twitter Stereotype Day

Tomorrow is Twitter Stereotype Day. Support lazy journalism by only posting sandwich-related tweets. #yumsandwich “I’m having a sandwich” 😉

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Ozeconf – Social Media Trends and Citizen Journalism 18th June 2009 (Thursday) from 1:00pm until 2:00pm (AEST)

Ozeconf – Social Media Trends and Citizen Journalism 18th June 2009 (Thursday) from 1:00pm until 2:00pm (AEST) TOPIC: User generated content sites such as YouTube, Facebook, Wikipedia and micro/macro blogging services (eg Blogspot, WordPress and Twitter to name just a … Continue reading

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With friends like these …

What’s this in my in box? But my friends know I’m on twitter 😉 Your friend invited you to twitter! Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co-workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent … Continue reading

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