I learned about bufferapp.com this week – finally a way to not overload Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc with posts – and put them in relevant venues easily. Thanks, Passive Panda.
I am very curious to know how people utilize social media in relation to work: blogging tweets etc I know it’s not horribly scientific, but if you’d be willing to participate in this inquiry, please leave a comment. I’ll be putting up a more formal poll in the coming days. Thanks!
The news story making the rounds about Facebook the past few days indicates they’re working on a kind of “dislike” button. The problem with the Facebook “like” button is the same problem Google has with Google+ and their “+1” button: it doesn’t tell you anything meaningful. Voting on Reddit doesn’t really convey much meaning, either. Stack … Continue reading “like” problems: social ‘voting’ is a bad idea
I know lots of folks who like to have everything they share on one social network (eg Google+) magically appear on all others they use, too (eg Twitter & Facebook). While I sometimes share identical content out to several networks, I rarely want precisely the same thing going everywhere all the time. In fact, while I … Continue reading my theory of social networking
you blogged as often as you tweeted, facebooked, linkedinned, instagrammed, plogged, pinterested, google plussed, mastodonned, etc? For many of us, that would be 4, 10, 20, 100, or even more blog posts per day. Wonder how differently we would view/utilize social media if we took that approach? Just a thought.
…and a week to go. Normally, I take about one big break for the book of the face every year – generally when my wife and I take a vacation somewhere 🙂 This year we’re upping the ante: while home – and accessible via SMS, email, Twitter, phone, Google+, etc – I’m on a two … Continue reading a week without facebook…
Due to new social media rules from one of the agencies we are working with, most updates cannot be shared “publicly” – ie, they must be password-protected. In follow-up to my post on blog.warrenmyers.com, I’m posting here, too, that the new adoption blog is available at adoption.warrenmyers.com. If you would like access, please email, call, … Continue reading new rules, new blog locale