I’ve been using various tools as part of my listening strategy on Twitter for a long time now. Few tools have impressed me as much as inboxQ.
On December 1, a slew of celebrities “died” online. Their digital identities at Twitter and Facebook were killed off in an attempt to raise $1 Million for Alicia Key’s BuyLife.org. The success of this charity endeavor would seem to fall on whether their fans were truly engaged.
If you’re currently monitoring multiple Twitter accounts using Twext.me, you will be able to continue to do so. Those of you who were monitoring a single Twitter account, we will be deleting your account.
“Fourtrace is a research project in “Advanced topics in Computer Networking” at University of California, Santa Barbara. Our goal is to find out if it’s possible to predict where a user is at a given time.”
Twitter launched SMS notification for mentions today. Since this is essentially why we created Twext.me for Ben Martin, we will be evaluating what to do with Twext.me in the next 24 hours.
I think we can be smarter about how Wordpress communicates with the social web.
I don’t like social sharing interface for most apps. They force their sales pitches into the messages, either by brute force, not giving users the option to edit, or by hoping we’ll be too lazy to delete their self-serving messages. I want a choice!
Formulists is something I wish I had thought of. “Formulists is a list creation and management tool that allows users to effortlessly generate dynamic and personalized Twitter lists that continuously self-update.”
It’s become routine for me to “tune in” to REBarcamps using Tweetgrid.com/irc. I set up the feed in the morning and let it run all day. I’m trying to look at signal vs noise. Here’s a video that looks at #REBCSTL.
Twext.me password recovery is now working.