Jeremiah Owyang lists the many ways he uses Twitter: “As a ’shared feed’ reader. I’ll post up links of what I’m reading that I find is interesting in near real time, and give some commentary.” “As a chat room. We collectively work out problems, issues, and I gain insight to other people’s viewpoints” “Event capture:… Continue reading The Many Ways to Use Twitter
The MIT Technology Review has a great 7 minute video that explains Twitter and the appeal of microblogging. In it, they explain the two common arguments against blogging and micro-blogging formats like Twitter: Who do you think you are that anyone cares what you have to say. I don’t have anything to say, and even… Continue reading The Appeal of Twitter: Yes, Someone Cares About What You Have to Say
Robert Scoble shares “The 10 Rules of Twitter (and How I Break Every One.)” It is a great glimpse into the mind and process of someone who dives into new tools like Twitter deeper than most anyone.
David Berlind of ZDNet looks at how a journalist can use Twitter to quickly and easily inform their audience about news. (If you don’t know Twitter, check out this primer.) David describes how he uses Twitter: “…I’m using it to summarize the other news, information, and random analysis that needn’t be processed with a full-blown… Continue reading Is Twitter a Powerful Journalism Tool?