I’m an avid enthusiast of Twitter. I frequently tweet a few updates throughout the day, and often will reply to people’s tweets a few times each day too. Nothing extravagant. I’m not tweeting a hundred times a day, or anything ridiculous like that (at least not yet!). Without a bit of [...]
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I’ve recently been invited to a few “no-twitter through your status update” groups on Facebook by a dear friend, who’s been getting increasingly frustrated by my use of the twitter app integrating on Facebook.
The complaint is that my updates on Facebook are drowning out the updates from his other friends on Facebook.
Given that I have [...]
Today (Monday 17th November 2008) marked the inauguration of Chain Reaction 08, a two day conference in London which “will bring together social leaders, community activists, policy makers, business leaders, young people and people like you from around the globe to share learning and to generate new ideas for social change, locally, nationally and globally.”