Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’



by Max Lee on March 24th, 2010
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Obama’s twitter account was hacked by a 25 year old Frenchman by guessing password reminder questions.   The man has been arrested and probably looking at jail time of 2 years. I think this brings the question that the White House should employ better passwords and password reminder questions ...
by Max Lee on January 19th, 2010
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Bill Gates just popped on Twitter 4 hours ago, you can follow Bill Gates here @BillGates. Bill Gate’s first tweet ever: “Hello World.” Hard at work on my foundation letter – publishing on 1/25. His site linked on Twitter – http://www.gatesfoundation.org/ ...
by Max Lee on November 29th, 2009
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Here’s a quick alert for Twitters out there, I guess there’s a direct message virus going on.  Of course, if you are using the latest Firefox or Google Chrome browser, you should be okay but for IE users, you might want to watch out. The scuttlebutt on Twitter is that a wide range of us ...
by Max Lee on November 24th, 2009
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Twitter, the company worth billions already that has not made a dime yet, has finally decided to unleash its financial whale within through paid services for business accounts: “This takes advantage of some of the commercial use of Twitter we’ve seen from businesses like airlines and big ...
by Max Lee on October 13th, 2009
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Twitter’s biggest problems lay in that it’s hard to filter out spam followers but Twitter has recently added a new feature that lets Twitters to report spammers directly using its right-click feature along with unfollow buttons.  I think this is a great idea for filtering out spam on Tw ...
by Max Lee on September 11th, 2009
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Twitter, the most popular 140 characters or less service today, has updated their ToS to let twitters “own” their tweets.  I think this is a great move on their part. Plus, it will allow more Twitters like me to keep tweeting more without worrying about my own tweets getting scraped by ...
by Max Lee on June 16th, 2009
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Well, I have like a gazillion Twitter accounts due to the fact that I manage so many blogs but here’s a bunch of great apps you can use to manage all your twitter accounts in one screen without logging in and out of each one. Here comes the ultimate place for multiple twitter accounts. They h ...
by Max Lee on June 8th, 2009
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I have to admit that one of the hardest things about twitting is actually following a conversation.  Even if you have a Twitter desktop application installed, I find that it’s hard to follow things in real-time. Twitterfall, a real-time AJAX application for Twitter, solves this problem by al ...
by Max Lee on June 8th, 2009
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I am starting to find that Twitter is becoming increasingly useful for people to stay in touch with its readers or even promote a new e-book.  I won’t go into details about how to do that here, but David over at TeleRead.org has an extensive DIY guide on how to do exactly that. Kat has pumped ...

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