Let's kick the Tweetstorm habit Paid Members Public
Why do we give Twitter our most valuable thoughts?
Opening Keynote: Suraj Kika on Twitter Paid Members Public
Opening keynote is by Suraj Kika of Jadu [http://www.jadu.co.uk/]. He’s compared the massive growth of Twitter (1600% in 2009) with the wholesale shift of people’s attention away from mass media to personalised media.It’s been a very example-based presentation so far. He cited
On Twitter, Journalism and Mumbai Paid Members Public
Today’s unfortunate events in mumbai have raised some interesting questions about the relationship between Twitter and journalism. A few places worth visiting:- Dave asks [if Twittering can be journalism](http://www.scripting.com/stories/2008/11/27/isTwitterJournalism.html)? - Ciarán thinks about the implications of[ the Indian
Plurk: 3 Week Verdict on MicroBlogging Service Paid Members Public
This way of accessing Plurk makes it a different experience for me than Twitter. I have Twitter running all the time, getting updates either through software on my computer, or my mobile phone. It’s firmly in the arena of ambient awareness. Plurk, on the other hand, is somewhere I