I ask questions on Twitter all the time on a wide variety of topics, and I usually get really useful responses — but never as many as when I ask about interpersonal issues. A little while ago I posed this question: “What do you do when someone you really care about won’t respond to your [Keep Reading…]
It would mean a lot to me if you could please take a moment to complete the survey below. I’m helping to design a new Twitter client and your input will be invaluable. Thank you. Survey link: http://bit.ly/4mMZWJ Fill out my Wufoo form! Tweet this survey!
Thank you so much to the 41 people who showed up for the sixth week of Whit Hour — my weekly one-hour video chat to answer any and all of your questions about user experience, consulting, and whatever else you throw at me. I really appreciate everyone’s flexibility in moving over to Ustream at the [Keep Reading…]
Twitter had a Denial of Service Attack this morning, which affected its uptime all day today. Therefore I was forced to figure out what to do without it. Here’s what I came up with: I noted my frustration on Facebook I actually looked at my friends’ pages on Facebook I reached Inbox Zero in Google [Keep Reading…]
Last night there was a minor fiasco when hundreds of thousands of people suddenly found that their tweets were being published to their Facebook status without their explicit authorization. The only way to fix the problem was to remove or block the Twitter application from within Facebook.
Update: For the latest information, please read UPDATE: Facebook at fault for unauthorized link with Twitter account. [If Facebook suddenly started publishing your tweets, go into Facebook and REMOVE or BLOCK the Twitter application. That’s currently the only fix.] Just an hour ago, I got a notification that someone had commented on my Facebook status [Keep Reading…]