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February 01, 2010

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Laurie (Moo!)

Micro Blog - 140 characters per Tweet. You follow anyone you want. Some by searching for their names. Some by finding one person...seeing who they follow...following some of their folks. It can snowball but you can un-follow people, as well.

I Tweet because I have random thoughts that flit thru my head and I can't corral them long enough to blog them. LOL. Also, I can do it from my phone in just a minute, as well as check up on the people I follow. Quick and easy

Some folks say it's not a conversation and I disagree. Others can comment on what you've said and you can respond, or not, just like a blog.

OH! And you can put in a blurb when you have new yarns. Even add pictures and links! That's a good one.

You still awake?

Laurie (Moo!)

Amaryllis!

mamascrapalota


Excellent summary! Well, Can you follow me and, Ill follow you and I can see who you follow? Is that forward of me? Interesting!


Mary-Kay Tilden
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mamascrapalota


Ha!!!!- I knew it had a more Latin name than Christmas Flower


Mary-Kay Tilden
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Lisa Ward

You're on your own with the Twitter, but your Christmas flower is an amaryllis!

Marnie

I highly recommend you download twitterfox if you use firefox. This will add a little icon to the bottom of your browser that will keep track of how many new tweets there are and organize them anything said by people you are following, things posted directly to you but publicly, and private messages.
I don't think I'd use twitter if I had to keep track of it directly through the website. I don't find their site all that user friendly.

Mary-Kay

Oooo Marnie,
I just did that. Great tip! Thanks!

Laurie (Moo!)

Also, if you have an iPhone, the Tweetie application is great.

If not, how come what for why?

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