Skittles is one of my favorite candies. I love opening up a fresh pack, finding one of each color and squishing them together to make a rainbow. It just makes me happy. I’ve been eating Skittles my whole life and I’ve been on a computer my whole life, and yet never in a million years [Keep Reading…]
Inspired by @woodlandalyssa, I decided to give Twitter Mosaic a whirl. Here are all of the people that I currently follow on Twitter and consider to be important and interesting people in my life. I hope you like them, too :) Get your twitter mosaic here.
Last night was February’s NY Tech Meetup, the second month under new organizer Nate Westheimer. One of the major changes that Nate has made to the event so far is that the evening’s presenters have related products or services. This month’s theme was “Mobile Meets Social.” The presenters were: Peek Xtify viaPlace Coovents Mobile Commons [Keep Reading…]
Twitter Counter tracks your number of followers over time TweetStats shows trends by day of the week and time of day (proof that I do sleep) and who receives the most replies (this surprised me) What I’ve said the most (happy to see that “thanks” is up there) Xefer also looks at tweets by time [Keep Reading…]
That was my very first tweet, exactly 1 year ago today. And this is exactly 1 year later. So much has transpired between the two that it makes my head spin. I’ve told you how much I’ve changed in the past year, and Twitter has been a huge part of that. I think some people [Keep Reading…]
Last night was the first NY Tech Meetup of 2009 and the first meetup since Nate Westheimer became the new organizer last month. I thought it was a huge success. For the first time, at least since I’ve been attending, it had a theme: “Built on Twitter” — the seven presenters all have created products [Keep Reading…]
Back in July, I wrote a blog post titled “How Twitter has changed my life” in which I stated that the best way to explain Twitter to non-tech friends is to show, not tell. Giving examples of Twitter’s impact on my life has been far more effective than trying to describe the service in layman’s [Keep Reading…]