AggregationÂ -Â Back in the day there was this thing called RSS, which stood for Really Simple Syndication. It was a way of getting a list of all the content that a site created in one easy to read list. Yep. It’s still around. There’s one in the upper right hand corner of this site. Curation – Now there is a amazing tool called Twitter. Twitter allows you to follow specific...
This is what happens when #geoData geeks are on Twitter!Â @urschreiÂ andÂ @en_topiaÂ created a map of London where the buildings grew based on the number of Tweets that are generated from them. Enjoy!
CEO of Gnip, @chrismoodycom recently spoke to Bloomberg about social data and what businesses are currently looking for. Enjoy!
This is not that surprising after Square’s announcement that you can email money. Enjoy!
I saw this amazing tweet map of Chicago on Wired and thought I’d share it. The red are tweets from iPhones and the green are from Android phones. Amazing data visualization!
With the world becoming more bitesize (think Twitter, Instagram, Reeses bites, business plans, online product demos) we will become more challenged to deliver compelling content that’s been compressed. This is a great example of what can be done in six seconds! Enjoy.
This is a good infographic outlining how you should construct a Tweet. You should also use whatever is applicable as guide for email subject lines. With 70%+ people reading their email on their mobile device, many of the 140 character rules apply.
I posted a recipe for a personalized Twitter feed back in the Summer of 2010. A lot of things have changed in that time and I thought it would be a great time to write an update. Let me start by saying that this recipe is for research purposes and NOT personal branding. I’ll bullet it out to keep it simple. Twitter – Create a Twitter account and make sure the name is something that...
I posted about App.net back in AugustÂ and have noticed a serious drop-off in Tweets from @daltonc – for painfully obvious reasons – in recent months. This is a great conversation and if you want to get to the App.net conversation, it begins at 16:30.