The other day Deb Pickman sent me a message on Twitter to inform me of Twestival, a one-day event taking place in cities across the globe, connecting people through Twitter and supporting a great cause. I instantly signed up as the organizer of Vancouver’s contribution and yesterday Vancouver’s dedicated Twestival site went live. Now it’s […]
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Given that the microbloggging service, Twitter, grew 752% during 2008 it’s no longer a social networking tool that can be ignored [see my Twitter posts]. It helps people communicate by the minute, organize, schedule, share, discuss, and connect from across the globe and thanks to the Shorty Awards, it also recognizes individuals that do all […]
It seems like many people got a Twitter account for Christmas; It’s great to see so many new faces, organizations, and businesses using this tool that connects so many across the globe. For a bit of background…. “Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other […]
Update: There is now an official
Update: Brightkit is now HOOTSUITE Ever since I signed up for Twitter in March of 2006, I’ve been trying out the latest application, tools, and online tricks to stay on top of development and the never-ending conversation that the microblogging service provides. The latest offering is BrightKit, an all-in-one manager from the good folks at […]