Have you been sitting in your easy chair too much lately, pondering the subtle differences in how to respond to someone via Twitter? No? Good. Perhaps your real-world social life is healthier than mine. But for those of you wondering whether to use the Twitter reply or mention, and how they differ...well just kick back the recliner and take a few minutes while we go over when to use each one.
A recent LinkedIn post by Fortune Magazine editor Adam Lashinsky has garnered quite a bit of attention. Oh, it's good attention—if you subscribe to that "all publicity is good publicity" thinking, anyway. It's also a great study in how not to use social media.
To promote the remake of the movie Carrie, released in theaters in mid October, the film crew created a real-life movie scene in a New York coffee shop.
Photo Credit: monotrilho| via Compfight cc A new wave of protests started in Brazil this week. The protests center around political corruption and irresponsible government spending. (I guess the only thing we're missing here in the U.S. is a soccer tournament...) Just as in the Arab Spring protests that toppled governments in Egypt, [...]
You tend to trust a person more when you have mutual connections. I just found what appears to be a Twitter bug that throws all that trust out the window.