So, ‘fess up. Who still doesn’t “get” Twitter?
This blog post derides Twitter, saying: “Did you lose your minds? Get a
job. Are you that bored?” Well, I have a job, and that job’s in PR – a
sector where Twitter is invaluable (hey, you can follow me if you like…
The gauntlet has been thrown down and I’m picking it up. Here are five
reasons why Twitter’s great. Much kudos to the “PR Warrior” for his
great post, which I have stolen from somewhat.
Five things you can do with Twitter right now:
1. Win friends…
Public relations depends on meeting people. It’s ridiculously easy to
follow and communicate with everyone under the sun on Twitter. Someone who
won’t have time to write a letter or reply to a blog post might send you a
Tweet. It’s a lightweight “in” with people. The beauty of Twitter is
that it’s a communication medium with very little friction... (more)
Just be sure to match your small business style when making these selections.
factoring invoices anything to generate your firm more customer-centric.
Corporations – from financial, banking and insurance services,
manufacturing – defense, pharmaceutical and technology, to energy and
agribusiness – have experienced the chance to enjoy tremendous profits,
gaping tax loopholes, government incentives, generous pollution discharge and
emissions allowances, plus much more recently, taxpayer bailouts – a
veritable menu of advantages – all for the tab in the American
Wikipedia sucks. Why do I say this? Obviously I’ve just had yet another
bad experience with the self-professed Gods who “manage” the
encyclopaedia. But before I bore you with the Data as a Service controversy
(ooh, that sounds exciting, doesn’t it!?), let’s take a look at just why
Wikipedia sucks quite so badly.
Who wants to be a Wikipedia moderator? Why would you want to do it? How
would you find the time? Why would you be bothered? Here are the reasons:
1) You want to contribute something of value to the human race: knowledge.
A noble thought. But why not just contribut... (more)
What is this X-Box design reject that’s nudging its way onto tech pages
everywhere? Apparently it’s Google’s latest stab at the cloud. It’s
the cloud – but in a nice tangible box. Or rather, it’s a device that
lets you access Google’s mighty servers and store all your stuff on them.
Google’s still a bunch of high-school geeks coding up “cool stuff”
But does this cut to the root of the problem?
I don’t think so. Google seems to argue that somehow this box will
“amalgamate all of its services” but I think it’s a desperate attempt
to think around a problem rather... (more)
The latest Twitter controversy surrounding the blog, the hacker and the cloud
vendor isn’t disturbing – just inevitable. By now anybody with an iota of
interest in cloud computing will know what this story is about. Many people
are probably damning Google for their ” lack of security.” But hang on
here. Aren’t people being quite cavalier with their data? The other day I
refused to give my own partner my PIN… but as I write, it’s happily
stored somewhere as a draft on GMail. That really doesn’t make sense.
Hell, I trust the cloud more than I trust myself
Who’s really to blame? I do... (more)