Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

Twitter’s 4 Degrees of Separation

Through tweet and retweet, information can spread across the Twitter platform at an astounding pace. A recent post on highlighted this phenomenon and claimed — I believe rightly — that Twitter (or some tool like it) is the future of news. Why?  Because it is so connected that news spreads exceptionally fast.  Read the […]

About That Twitter Thing?

A little over a month ago, I fessed up to having gone active on Twitter, becoming one of the seven percent of Americans now using the service.  I figured it was time for an update and a call for assistance. First, the update. Whoa. (a) Still not ready to deem it one of life’s best […]

Twitter Updates for 2010-04-28

Thinking in mythological terms helps to put you in accord with the inevitables of this vale of tears. J.Campbell # Well-named: Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda, Buddha – # Agreed. RT @JeffHurt: Social media marketing explained in 61 words by @dmscott Excellent! # Net neutrality. Please retweet E Schmidt’s post – # Five Keys […]


I’ve just begun using Twitter regularly, and I’m now confessing to my peers that I’m doing it.  You can find and follow me as TBilich.  I know, it’s so 2008 . . . . But while I’d long known it was a useful way to interact, I had resisted because of potential information overload.  Eventually, […]

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