lurk learn connect tweet (reprinted from NYLA eBulletin) Sometimes people really do tweet about what they had for lunch and that’s ok. “A simple grilled cheese, onion & spinach sandwich became elevated by the addition […]
“My First School Day” Image via Wikipedia Just a quick post with some odds and ends of great resource sites & blog posts that I’ve run across in the past few weeks. I came across […]
Readability, from Arc90, removes the clutter from busy Web pages, making them much easier to read. On the Readability website, set your preferences for how you’d like to view web pages – font size, margin […]
Twitter Fantastico is a great set of Greasemonkey scripts adding some nifty features to Twitter. I was looking for something that would add a “retweet this” button to the end of tweets. I found that […]
Qwitter does one thing – it tells you when someone has dropped you on twitter. And it tells you the last post you wrote before they dropped you. Kind like a best friend who finds […]
I have to admit to a love-hate relationship with Twitter, the microblogging “what are you doing?” tool that many people are, shall we say, twittering about. Some days I love being tuned into all the […]
Commoncraft does it again. Twitter in Plain English is a great explanation of why Twitter is so popular. What are YOU doing? 140 characters or less please.
While looking at some travel sites earlier today, I ran across an interesting airport chatter service at flightstats.com Use this service to find out what’s happening now at your airport(s) and to share your observations […]