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Opening Bell For Twitter

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

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Founders of Twitter Opening Bell For Twitter


Twitter Turns Lucky Number Seven

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Who would have known that this new form of communication would become such major force in changing how the world shares information.

Happy Anniversary Twitter and Thanks


Twitter Turns 5 Years Old

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

five fingers Twitter Turns 5 Years OldI have shoes older than Twitter, yet I seldom wear those shoes.  I use Twitter every day since I got my first Twitter account almost 4 years ago.  I didn’t understand it at first but my good friend @brentleary kept telling me that sending Tweets will be the next BIG thing. I resisted the urge to Tweet for almost a year then I got my first taste of how powerful Twitter really is in the world of communication.

This whole Twitter thing really hit me when the Twitter account of our current President of the United States, Barack Obama @BarackObama started to follow me.  Back then he was only the Senator of Illinois running for President but it meant a lot to me that he decided to follow me.  It was not until later on that I found out that he followed everyone who followed him at the time.

The point is I was so impressed that he thought to follow me, I started following others who in turn followed me. This time it was someone who actually knew me personally and wanted to follow the links I was sharing. We have been following each other ever since then and of course now I am hooked on Twitter.

So Happy Birthday Twitter!!! And thank you Brent for pushing me to Tweet for the first time.

All the best


Did Your Twitter Account Get The New Design Yet?

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

Twitterr logo Did Your Twitter Account Get The New Design Yet?Twitter announced its new redesign of their Twitter site on Tuesday of this week and said that after their announcement they would roll out the new Twitter design to us all. Have you been updated to the new design yet? As of today I sure have not. So, when will we all be able to experience this most eagerly awaited new look and feel? Who Knows.

I have been very happy with web based clients like @hootsuite and @seesmic I am not sure what is taking Twitter so long to roll this new design out to everyone but I guess it has something to do with how many people who are actually using Twitter. Even though, I look forward to seeing the new Twitter design I don’t think it will make me want to give up my @hootsuite or @seesmic Twitter client. Oh well, If you have not seen what the new design looks like take a look at the two video below.  Big Thanks to Robert Scoble @Scobleizer for providing the Ustream coverage on the day of the Twitter announcement.  If you have been upgraded please let us know what the experience is like in your comments below.

All the best



Twitter Goes From Nowhere to @Anywhere

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Twitter Anywhere account Twitter Goes From Nowhere to @AnywhereAre you ready to go Anywhere with Twitter? I did not make this years South by Southwest Conferences and Festivals but I am sure if I had attended I would have been pretty jazzed about Evan Williams breaking news about the new @Anywhere. The more one uses Twitter the more you understand how influential this service really is when it comes to social engagement. Now, enter @Anywhere and you bring a whole new world of Twitter engagement to websites large and small.

@Anywhere will allow Twitter users to create conversations without having to leave the website and log onto Twitter first. This will allow readers to Tweet more often with those who frequently visit the same websites.

This is a perfect move by Twitter at this time. With all the talk about how the Twitter growth potential being stagnant @Anywhere can bring Twitter to reach new heights. Even though it will be released first on mainstream sites like  The Huffington Post and Digg, I look forward to when I can put the @Anywhere lines of code on my sites.