If you’re a Twitter user (view this 2:25 video for the best explanation of what Twitter is) and also have a BlackBerry then you may be wondering what the best Twitter client on the ‘Berry is? This is a question I see over an over and I found a good article on CrackBerry that gives [...]
Let me apologize in advance for writing about Twitter. I find most articles about the service to be gratuitous and “slow news day” fodder. If Twitter’s not your thing – please skip this article as it won’t have any relevance or interest to you. There is a big issue I noticed yesterday. Several weeks ago [...]
There’s was a huge uproar the past few days over the newly updated Facebook terms of service. In a nutshell they tried to amend their terms to include new provisions that essentially allowed them to keep your personal data on whatever retention policy that they liked. In addition other sites had pointed out a more [...]
One frequently asked question about BlackBerry devices is — “what’s the best Twitter client for the BlackBerry”. Up until recently most people would’ve said TwitterBerry. Now there’s a better solution called SocialScope. What’s great about this Twitter client for BlackBerry? How about a more readable screen for those with BlackBerry Bold devices, ability to bookmark [...]
If you’re not into the whole Twitter scene – stop reading now. If you’ve tried Twitter and just didn’t get it (which some days I don’t either) – an update to a popular software program called Twhirl was just released that may win you back. This incredible upgrade (beta) to the Adobe Air based Twhirl [...]
For the longest time, one of my favorite reasons for using Facebook was that I could play a live version of a certain very popular word game with friends from all over the world. Scrabulous, or “Scrab” as many of us called it, was the perfect online alternative to pulling out a Scrabble board, because [...]
MGM Grand at Foxwoods Casino explores social networking: Join my new group “My clothes all smell like nasty casino smoke”
Casinos are the latest entrant to the Social Networking fad craze. The MGM Grand at Foxwoods is launching a Casino Social Network. Based on the Sparta Community2 network, MGM Grand at Foxwoods will facilitate gambler use of Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and countless other trendy communication medium so their customers can re-assure each other that they [...]
An online social media search engine emerges from a private beta today. Web site whostalkin.com scours thousands of blogs, message forums, news sites, networks (Facebook, Myspace, etc), videos, images, forums and tags for a keyword that you supply (typically your name or your company’s name). The site layout is simple – enter a search term [...]
I just did something that’s been on my “To Do” list since forever. I updated my Twitter profile with a customized background that contains my company and personal contact information. I’ve found myself using Twitter more frequently since it’s a convenient way to update my Facebook status as well as keep in touch with my [...]
pauladrum showed up in my Twitter feed this morning commenting about our story on the Intuit Turbotax additional return printing fee increase (sorry, I’m not buying that this will be cheaper for most people). She pointed out that TaxCut from H&R Block didn’t raise prices and includes 5 e-files for free and no charge for [...]
I started my writing experience at GearDiary by commenting on a story by Jenneth and Judie who had written about how Facebook was the greatest thing since sliced bread (my paraphrasing). At the time I derided it as a place for “chicks with hot pictures” to hang out and chat up guys. I couldn’t have [...]
Twuffer is a web site currently in beta that allows you to schedule Twitter messages (tweets) for delivery at a future date. At present you can only schedule delivery up to 24 hours into the future (the limit appears to be 11pm on the day you are entering in the Tweet). This service is useful [...]
If you know anything about me, you know I’m lazy. L-a-a-a-a-z-y. Brush my teeth while standing at the urinal watching SportsCenter lazy. I prefer to call myself a multi-tasker. So I was impressed when I found out from the good people at www.tekzen.net that they’ve come up with another alternative for people like myself who [...]
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