…there is a proliferation of Twitter clients from providers other than Twitter itself…And if you don’t like any of these options and can program, you can always write your own Twitter client using the Twitter APIs.
In a previous post “Shall we bookmark?” I discussed social bookmarking and covered several of the social bookmarking sites such as Delicious, Reddit, Digg and StumbleUpon. In this post I briefly describe how you can easily add social bookmarking buttons to your web pages or blog posts so that a reader or visitor to your […]
Networking is a give and take process — in that order. Before you ask people for help, reference, job, etc. you should be helping those you can so you build reputation and trusting relationships.
I don’t have to follow everyone who follows me. And I certainly don’t expect everyone whom I follow, to follow me. . . You do not have to reciprocate. . . And that is a very important concept in Twitter. This is not an ego trip, nor it is a popularity contest.
So I am reading an article on ZDNet.com and on top of the article I come across a set of icons. See the image below. A couple of them are obvious. I can print the article or email it to someone. A more interesting one is the little rectangle with up/down thumbs along with a few numbers. […]
Content-oriented people may think of a hashtag as a virtual “folder”, while journalists may think of it as a “channel” that one can tune to or listen in on.
You can think of tagging as an ad hoc and social way of organizing the exponentially growing volume of information on the internet. It is an informal and collaborative method of defining classification and taxonomy.