Twitter

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Twitter’ here at MarkCz.com.
Social Media Week Chicago: Reinventing media careers

Social Media Week Chicago: Reinventing media careers

Social Media Week Chicago took place last week, and one of the sessions generating some online buzz was the event above on Friday evening, featuring: Nancy Loo (@NancyLoo) Robert Feder (@RobertFeder) Richard Roeper (@richardroeper) and Steve Dahl (@SteveDahlShow)...

Sarah Palin is a Tic-Tac-Toe playing chicken

Sarah Palin is a Tic-Tac-Toe playing chicken

For a maverick politician who's constantly trying to portray herself as tough and unafraid, Sarah Palin has spent an awful lot of time hiding behind her Facebook and Twitter accounts, keeping herself as unaccountable as possible while simultaneously hoping to somehow...

Twitter app alternative to TweetDeck: TweetGrid

Previously, here, I blogged about TweetDeck, a Twitter app which remains one handy way to embrace this "Twitter" stuff that all the kids are playing with these days. There are, however, a couple of drawbacks to TweetDeck. One is the limit of 100 API calls per hour...

Twitter recommendation for Racine locksmith excellence

I saw yet another startling demonstration today of how quickly one short, local message can zip through the Internet and find its own target. We needed some locksmith work done, so Amy recommended Racine's Hoernel Key Shop, Inc. because they have done very good work...

Rick Sanchez and baby talk news

Rick Sanchez and baby talk news

Rick Sanchez has that special something. It's more complicated than simply being someone people love to hate. There is a certain rare balance of unimaginable awfulness and underlying vulnerability that makes some of the world's biggest egos simply irresistible....

Internet buzz magnets

A few of the keywords, topics, search terms, and items that have recently been attracting some Internet buzz: ethan bortnick (Google Trends) — According to his website, "Ethan Bortnick is a 6 Year Old Pianist and currently knows over 200 songs by memory, including...

Attention, Richard Roeper: The new media flows two ways

I am lying on the sofa just now, reading a 5,500-word entry in Roger Ebert's Journal about Bill Nack and Mark Twain and the beauty of ordinary language, masterfully employed. Roger Ebert publishes one of these wonders every few days in his online Journal — long,...

Social media smorgasbord: Four weeks wandering Web 2.0

Nothing in particular has inspired any new blog posts here in recent weeks. Instead, I've spent much of my free time playing around with a few of the endless new gizmos that are hatching every minute in the now four-year-old world of "Web 2.0," the cross-fed,...

Twitter it away

There has been quite a lot of Internet buzz in the last month or three over Twitter. It's a Web 2.0 service that encourages you to publicly post (via Web, IM, or text message) very short descriptions of whatever you happen to be doing at the moment. [includeme...

Twitter

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Twitter’ here at MarkCz.com.

Social Media Week Chicago: Reinventing media careers

Social Media Week Chicago took place last week, and one of the sessions generating some online buzz was the event above on Friday evening, featuring: Nancy Loo (@NancyLoo) Robert Feder (@RobertFeder) Richard Roeper (@richardroeper) and Steve Dahl (@SteveDahlShow)...

Sarah Palin is a Tic-Tac-Toe playing chicken

For a maverick politician who's constantly trying to portray herself as tough and unafraid, Sarah Palin has spent an awful lot of time hiding behind her Facebook and Twitter accounts, keeping herself as unaccountable as possible while simultaneously hoping to somehow...

Twitter app alternative to TweetDeck: TweetGrid

Previously, here, I blogged about TweetDeck, a Twitter app which remains one handy way to embrace this "Twitter" stuff that all the kids are playing with these days. There are, however, a couple of drawbacks to TweetDeck. One is the limit of 100 API calls per hour...

Twitter recommendation for Racine locksmith excellence

I saw yet another startling demonstration today of how quickly one short, local message can zip through the Internet and find its own target. We needed some locksmith work done, so Amy recommended Racine's Hoernel Key Shop, Inc. because they have done very good work...

Rick Sanchez and baby talk news

Rick Sanchez has that special something. It's more complicated than simply being someone people love to hate. There is a certain rare balance of unimaginable awfulness and underlying vulnerability that makes some of the world's biggest egos simply irresistible....

Internet buzz magnets

A few of the keywords, topics, search terms, and items that have recently been attracting some Internet buzz: ethan bortnick (Google Trends) — According to his website, "Ethan Bortnick is a 6 Year Old Pianist and currently knows over 200 songs by memory, including...

Attention, Richard Roeper: The new media flows two ways

I am lying on the sofa just now, reading a 5,500-word entry in Roger Ebert's Journal about Bill Nack and Mark Twain and the beauty of ordinary language, masterfully employed. Roger Ebert publishes one of these wonders every few days in his online Journal — long,...

Social media smorgasbord: Four weeks wandering Web 2.0

Nothing in particular has inspired any new blog posts here in recent weeks. Instead, I've spent much of my free time playing around with a few of the endless new gizmos that are hatching every minute in the now four-year-old world of "Web 2.0," the cross-fed,...

Twitter it away

There has been quite a lot of Internet buzz in the last month or three over Twitter. It's a Web 2.0 service that encourages you to publicly post (via Web, IM, or text message) very short descriptions of whatever you happen to be doing at the moment. [includeme...

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