Posts Tagged ‘readwriteweb’

Updated: His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama [Has Not] Joined Twitter [Yet]

2009-02-10

Re–blog from ReadWriteWeb.

So it was fake. Why would anyone what to do that?

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His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama Joins Twitter

2009-02-09

Re–blog from ReadWriteWeb.

I love this! Please support their cause and join them on Twitter. And send a message to tell them you do. They will answer and start following you. Apparently a lot of people already has since this message was posted earlier today:

Our office is currently overwhelmed by responses from our first day on Twitter. We will make every effort to answer your questions in time.

A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with One Tweet

2009-02-09

Re–blog from ReadWriteWeb.

Guardian writer Paul Smith is trying to Tweet his way around the world! His username on Twitter for this project is twitchhiker. Please follow him and, if you can, help him to show that social networking is a force to count with!

Stimulus Package Stimulates New Creative Scam

2009-02-07

Re–blog from ReadWriteWeb.

Be cautious: new scam spread via e–mail.

If you get a e–mail from an unknown source never click a link in it. I just throw them away and I suggest you do the same. No serious person, company or institute will contact you regarding an important and/or urgent matter through e–mail only. Don’t be afraid to throw it away, if it’s really important you’ll get the message in a different medium.

This is one reason why it’s very important that you share information about yourself to others. They should have your address, home, work and mobile number, your Facebook and Twitter accounts, etc. In this way you can feel confident that anyone who really needs to get in contact with you will.

Facebook Opens Up: Lets Developers Access Status Updates, Notes, Links, and Videos

2009-02-07

Re–blog from ReadWriteWeb.

The thing I like most about Twitter is the possibility to follow someone without them necessarily following you. I’ll use Twitter as long as that isn’t possible with Facebook. And of course, the longer I use it the more likely I am to stick with it. (That said I use Facebook aswell.)