Here’s an article questioning whether users should feel obligated to opt out of Facebook. It is a topic I think about a lot and it’s easy to ignore it when life is always so busy. My trouble atm is that I’m part of many FB groups, this is probably what keeps me going back more
So Twitter came out with their new lists feature recently. Thought I would share mine 🙂 They revolve around my interests which include: coworking, communities, softwaretesting, Brighton, Lewes, education… I actually really like the lists. It has allowed me to trim down some of the people I am following whilst still being able to keep
You only need to search on the term ‘recommend’ on Twitter to see how powerful it can be as a word of mouth/mouse tool. Of course, it’s not just Twitter, but other social networks too (e.g. Facebook…)
One of my partners in crime had just a few minutes before leaving to meet a client and asked me if she could have a testimonial of my work that involved Community Management. The problem was I didn’t, but it turned out not to be such a problem. Twitter saved me. I asked. And I
I do love Twitter, have always forgiven it in the past for being buggy and unreliable, but it seems now it’s reached a point where I say WTF?!? Why should I waste my time with this? No seriously. I can’t use it reliably anymore. I want to communicate with people. I want to use it
2 Birds, 1 Whale: A Story About Twitter from Darren Barefoot on Vimeo.
Came across this today. The Mysterious Unnamed Twitter person – how mysterious!