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Business Cards and Twitter

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you can probably tell that I go to a lot of conferences and events. I love getting out and meeting new people, strengthening business contacts, and bonding with friends. Suffice it to say, I go through a lot of business cards. If we’ve ever met in [Keep Reading…]

Twitter Praise for IDEA 2008

Here are all the comments I could find about IDEA 2008 on Twitter. Great job, team! I’m so thrilled that the conference was this well received. Be sure to read my Day 1 and Day 2 roundups!

Conference Twittering

I wanna get something off my chest. Some people don’t like that I use Twitter to take notes at conferences. Several people stopped following me this week while I was at Web 2.0 Expo. I’m sad to see them go, but I don’t apologize. I get an enormous amount of support for my live-tweeting (see [Keep Reading…]

Philly Tweetup 08/27/08

If you’ve been reading this blog long enough, you probably realize I have a mild (okay, not so mild) obsession with Twitter. If you aren’t already following me, please rectify that now. Because I enjoy nothing more than a good conversation over a good beer, I’ve organized some “Tweetups” (Twitter meetups) in the past, both [Keep Reading…]

10 Worthwhile Twitter Bots

Yeah, you get it. I love Twitter. It’s a great place to connect with new and interesting people, but it’s also just a good platform for information delivery and in some cases productivity. Some of these are actual bots (automated accounts) while others are just run by an organization — I’m lumping them into the [Keep Reading…]

Upcoming Posts

Just to whet your appetite, here are some posts I’ll be writing in the next week: The new look of Facebook profiles 10 worthwhile Twitter bots Thank you letters Please don’t stalk me (geosocial networking) If you have any thoughts or questions about these topics that you’d like to see addressed, just leave a comment [Keep Reading…]

Twitter buys Summize

Twitter’s search engine has always pretty much sucked. The functionality was put on the site in August 2007, but it only searches username, location, bio and URL — not the actual tweets in the stream. Lots of folks out there have used the Twitter API to build their own search engine, the most popular of [Keep Reading…]