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Twitter rolling out new interface – A Whole New World that can be improved

October 7, 2010


As many who use twitter have recently discovered, the social networking site is rolling out a new web interface. The new interface incorporates much of the functionality found in using a twitter client (i.e. tweetdeck or seesmic). One particular advantage of using a twitter client is that the user can determine whether or not to […]

David Letterman's top 10 signs you spend too much time on twitter

July 2, 2010


10. You miss son’s soccer game waiting for Lady GaGa to post what she had for lunch 9. You answer the phone: “Twello?” 8. You’ve spent millions developing iPhone waterproofing technology so you can tweet in the shower 7. You haven’t touched your CB radio in months 6. You ask yourself, “What would Jesus tweet?” […]

Are social networks ready for prime time?

June 22, 2010


Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks have become places where we meet, engage, share, inform and even become enlightened. However, in order for these social networks to truly make it into prime time, they must do better. In television terms, prime time refers to blocks of TV programming occurring in the middle of the evening […]

Worlds colliding – the social media version

March 17, 2010


    My worlds are colliding…sound familiar? Facebook was originally intended to connect class mates. Suddenly it grew. Connections expanded beyond school to friends, family, coworkers, former coworkers, and even acquaintances. As in the case of George on Seinfeld (see video), is it all blowing up? As relationships have moved into social media, I often hear […]

Unofficially Why Twitter and LinkedIn Came Together

November 11, 2009


The latest buzz in the world of social networking is trying to understand why Twitter and LinkedIn have come together. The question inevitably leads to why did Facebook and LinkedIn not form a partnership? Perhaps it has to do with technology, positioning, and interaction. With respect to technology, we live in a fast paced world […]

Celebrity Authentication

July 3, 2009


Regarding Twitter and celebrity accounts, I have found it amusing that by entering the word "real" in front of a celebrity’s name it somehow lends credibility and authenticity. I agree that social media providers can help in reputation management, however there are challenges. One challenge is that many of the providers are low on human […]

Discussion: Twitter Research Quitter Findings

May 1, 2009


  LinkedIn: Discussion: twitter innovators Innovation & Creativity Network of Tweeters What do you make of this research? Nielsen finds majority quit Twitter after only a month. Attrition has always been an ongoing issue among commercial online services, internet providers, ISP’s, portals, etc. As far as the Nielsen findings regarding Twitter, I would suggest […]