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…]
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!
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…]
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…]
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…]