That describes the online conversations of so many Twitterers. Conversations happen over time. It might sometimes be days before you respond or reply to a tweet to you. You don’t even think anything about it when you don’t get a reply. Sometimes you might be surprised to get one immediately. It’s the way things are […]Read more "Asynchronous and Absent"
I never check my Klout scores. It only means something to Klout people. I recently checked and happened to see my most influential topics. Since I only connect with Twitter and not Facebook, these are topics from just tweets. I’ll list them with a comment or two, and I don’t think they’re in any particular […]Read more "My Klout Influential Topics"
Recently, I wrote about my Foodie Identity. I’m not even sure what that means, but one thing about any of your identities – your true friends will call you out on it. They will provide identity accountability for you even when you’re not asking for it. Every status update or tweet that I have written […]Read more "Identity Accountability"
I just listened to a talk by @jayadelson – Sirchio Lecture – and he made a comment about how a tweet represents your state of being. You can tweet 24 hours a day. As I listened to his talk, I kept thinking about how cathartic it is to broadcast our state of being – even […]Read more "Tweets = Your State of Being"
I saw the following tweet by Sally Hogshead, and it has implications for your online identity. SallyHogshead “If you *suck* in real life, you will *suck* online.” ~ @rory_vaden Your true self in the real world, will be the basis of all of your projected selves – whether online or not. The reality of that […]Read more "Your Online Identity"
Is the word Tweet a word? It is definitely a colloquialism not meant for formal speech or writing. There is such a thing as a Tweet, but technically, you shouldn’t use it for formal speeches or writing. Just FYI. Why don’t you “tweet” this. Read this article if you want to read more about this.Read more "The Word Tweet"
It provides us almost immediate positive reinforcements and that encourages us to keep coming back. When you click a link, you are given something to look at, experience, and play with. The actions are immediate – depending on who’s on. If you tweet, you can get retweeted. If you update your status, it can get […]Read more "Why We Keep Using the Internet"