When I wrote these articles on how one could use portals like Yahoo Groups to set up a crime watch site for people in a neighborhood to share, there was no Twitter. But I have seen several crime watch tweets. I am wondering if it makes any sense to use Twitter for this pupose. Being able . . . → Read More: Neighborhood Crime Watch On Twitter
In my earlier post, I wrote about some interesting ways in which people are using Twitter. But it appears like a lot many people are just addicted to it, or obsessed to keep adding updates all day with messages that really don’t have useful information (e.g “Oops spilled coffee,” “opened the window,” “filled gas in car”). It could . . . → Read More: All That Twitters Is Not Gold
It’s been a couple of days since I signed up on Twitter and started playing with it, figuring out why it’s becoming such a craze. My first impression was that it was just to keep in touch with family and friends — kind of like a personal whiteboard where you scribble a few things to let . . . → Read More: Why Would You Want To Twitter?
I read about Twitter recently and was wondering how it works. I signed up yesterday and have been exploring how people are using it.
From what I have figured out so far, this looks interesting. You can keep posting updates about yourself, and can invite friends to join. You can also search for people by name or . . . → Read More: Twitter Angels Help You Find A Job