Tagged: twitter


Writing Is The Most Scalable Professional Networking Activity

I found this thread by Andrew Chen super interesting so I thought I’d use it as a test for Darius Kazemi’s little tool, spooler. Works great! (Not sure why some tweets were regrouped in one paragraph and others not though…) I simply pasted from spooler to here and made some small tweaks. — After 10+ […]

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NextMontréal, c’est parti

Depuis 7h ce matin NextMontréal est en ligne. Nouveau projet au sein duquel je serai impliqué en tant qu’éditeur en chef. Vous pouvez aller voir mon entrée Bienvenue sur NextMontréal qui explique mon choix et parle du mélange anglais/français. Profitez-en aussi pour regarder mon entrée sur notre usage de Twitter, c’est une petite partie de […]

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Stop Chasing Followers

Following doesn’t mean paying attention. You don’t want numbers on Twitter, not really. What you want is to follow and be followed by human beings who care about issues you care about. This thing we make together. This thing is about hearts and minds, not eyeballs. Especially not eyeballs that aren’t even watching. Eyeballs is […]

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Why Twitter Will Endure

“Anything that is useful to both dissidents in Iran and Martha Stewart has a lot going for it; Twitter has more raw capability for users than anything since e-mail,” said Clay Shirky, who wrote “Here Comes Everybody,” a book about social media. “It will be hard to wait out Twitter because it is lightweight, endlessly […]

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Publish/Subscribe Matrix Could Explode Into Glass-Smooth Platform

Consider this announcement side by side with the WordPress announcement this weekend that WordPress blogs can now be posted to and read from Twitter clients, the rumor today that Facebook is experimenting with its own URL shortener, this afternoon’s announcement that the ability to expose your geographic location is now live in Google Toolbar and […]

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