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I'm on Facebook, I Tweet and I Digg 'em; therefore I am....

  • May 1, 2010
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For years MySpace had taken the world by storm as the social networking giant, then came Facebook, Twitter, Digg and all those who came running in after them to cash in on the social media craze.  Myself, I joined Facebook almost two years ago, followed by Twitter and Digg last year.  I joined Facebook for family and friends as well as to reconnect with old friends and classmates.  I have even made some interesting networking contacts. 

:It seems that just about everyone and their mother has a Facebook account whether they keep it active and up-to-date is another thing.  I found it, as well as Twitter and Digg useful for publicizing causes that I support and circulating my written work once it's been published on the blogs that I write for, including Lunch.com.  
 
A lot of celebriities seem to tweet on Twitter, you can catch their status updates regularly on cable's
E! Entertainment network as a ticker at the bottom of the screen.  If celebrities are breaking up, making up, making a film , etc.  you can catch it on Twitter.  Twitter has a limit of how much can be written on each tweet.  Ahhh, the social networking/social media craze-people don't even make phone calls or write letters anymore. They just text each other or post it on their Facebook or Twitter accounts.  Whatever you do, just don't post it that you're going on vacation in the Bahamas or out for the night with friends-you may come home to find your place robbed.  There is such as thing as TMI, folks. ( For those who don't know what TMI is, it's short for TOO MUCH INFORMATION!!!)

 

I'm on Facebook, I Tweet and I Digg 'em; therefore I am.... I'm on Facebook, I Tweet and I Digg 'em; therefore I am....

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review by . February 12, 2010
After reading Kitty_Salinas' micro review I though it would be helpful to share how I deal with the over tweeters or TMI'ers. Below is my six step program that I have been using for a few weeks and it seems to help.     Stop sending them to your device via SMS (in my case the iPhone), they talk way too much to be constantly notified of their updates... (See step 5) Create and use Twitter lists to segment the people you follow into smaller more relevant groups of people. …
review by . December 11, 2008
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review by . April 24, 2009
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King (CNNbrk) lost out to Kutcher! The 1st to cross 1 million followers, that is. Oprah is tweeting now. What next? Obama too?! Well, looks like Twitter is now officially mainstream! Better march your way to twitterland and start tweeting, or is that twittering? ...         Behind the scene:         P.S. I'm trying to keep this review short and sweet, the very notion of a tweet! Do check out the videos if you'd like to explore …
review by . January 28, 2009
I'm not afraid to admit it, I'm completely addicted to Twitter.     In case you haven't read the other reviews, and never took the time to check out twitter.com; Twitter is an online communication tool that allows you to post a "micro-blog" post of only 140 characters or less.     I started using Twitter about a year ago but it took me a few months to realize the potential that this tool has. One thing is for sure, I can tell why some may hear about the buzz, …
review by . May 25, 2010
OK, maybe I lied a little in my review title. I kind of get why people would use Twitter, if they're the type to want to follow their favourite celebrity or just want to get the odd news snippet, but apart from that, I simply don't get the appeal. I can't be accused of not giving it a go as I've tried twice. Two times I have logged into Twitter with the sincere intention of joining in with the fad and following my favourite celebrities such as Stephen Fry, Charlie Brooker and David Mitchell; but …
review by . April 20, 2010
Who would have thought 140 characters would have changed the landscape of Social Networking? Everyone seems to be using Twitter. Celebrities, politicians, television channels, spammers, you name it they're probably on Twitter or working out a plan to use it.      I didn't get Twitter when I first got an account. It's got a learning curve that's curiously harder to grasp than I thought. I'm an avid Twitter user and for a number of reasons.      I refused to …
review by . February 04, 2010
   The word sounds so funny to me. Tweet. Back in 2008 we as a world fell into this craze called Twitter.  It has actually been around a lot longer than that but gained popularity then.  I have mixed feelings on Twitter because I feel it can hurt someone but on the other side of things, make someone very successful.  Do I have a twitter account.  Yes, for website publicity.  A personal twitter account. No.  I will admit that I used to have a personal …
review by . December 01, 2009
When I first heard about Twitter - I'll admit - I was hesitant to sign up. I just didn’t see the appeal or value in using this IM-based social networking and microblogging service with all the other alternatives out there (i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.). And I just couldn’t fathom why anyone would give a hoot…uh…tweet as to what I was doing? I’m not Angelina Jolie or an American Idol. I’m just a simple girl, with extraordinary goals.      …
Quick Tip by . May 24, 2011
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review by . March 04, 2010
if you use it right...
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Twitter is a micro-blogging service that allows users to update with text messages of up to 140 characters in length. Users can also read updates from others by going to users' pages or by "following" them. "Following" allows updates from others to arrive automatically in a feed on a user's Twitter homepage. Twitter functionality is similar to that of Facebook's "status" feature, and both can by synced via Facebook status settings.  

Twitter was founded by Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams and launched in early 2006. The site later won a South by Southwest Award in the blog category in March 2007. By mid-2008, Twitter featured over 3M accounts. 

In addition to its functionality as a microblogging service, Twitter also features several social networking elements, including public lists of members who are following a user's updates and those who each user is following (although both of these features may be set to private). Twitter also offers a public profile, a scraping mechanism to find and invite people a user knows through email accounts, and a minimally customizable page.

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