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No spamming allowed - 100 views

spam
  • Maggie Tsai
     
    Don't post anything non-related to the topics of this group. Any violation will cause your diigo user privilege permanently removed
  • Maggie Tsai
     
    Re-iterate:

    While we encourage knowledge sharing, for any Diigo public group, please exercise good judgment when posting bookmarks to a group. Don't post anything non-related to the topics of the group. Any violation will change your status as a spammer, and cause your diigo user privilege permanently removed
Rick Shide

spam is this group - 26 views

david27taylor
started by Rick Shide on 12 Nov 07 no follow-up yet
  • Maggie Tsai
     
    got it. thanks - Flag them as spammer - will alert us

    what should be done to keep bookmarks on topic?
Maggie Tsai

The Several Habits of Wildly Successful Twitter Users » Slacker Manager - 0 views

  • It’s instant messaging with a group. You post a short message via IM, web or other utility (see below) and other Twitterers who are “following” you will see your message. Some have called Twitter a form of microblogging
  • You can add your friends cell phone numbers by sending an IM to the twitter@twitter.com contact and typing: add CELLNUMBER (where CELLNUMBER is their number)
  • you might only want to get particular types of news pushed at you
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  • The search box is your friend, use it. Also, don’t be shy about bouncing around and looking at who’s following who.
  • Habit Two: Put it where you want it In it’s most basic form, Twitter is a webpage with a text box where you can enter a little message.
  • Habit One: Make the right friends
  • f you use Gmail and GoogleTalk, you can add twitter@twitter.com as a contact and get your stuff there.
  • you can add twitter@twitter.com as a contact in whatever IM software you use
  • you can just grab the RSS feed for all the folks that you’re following, or for individual users.
  • Habit Three: Own it
  • If you’re unafraid of spreading yourself around the web, be sure to claim your Twitter page with Technorati and expand your digital empire
  • Habit Four: Address your followers By default, when you send a note via Twitter it goes to everyone that’s following you.
  • Habit Five: Hack it People are doing interesting and innovative stuff with Twitter.
  • Use your skills to take your favorite RSS feed (or spliced feed) and HTTP POST (via API) to create a custom Twitter account that anyone can befriend.(
  • Check out this recent post over at Lifehack.org that covers “five ways to use Twitter for good.” I particularly like the ideas of friendsourcing and quick human answers. Also, various mashups of Twitter search results, RSS feeds and jedi tricks with stuff like Yahoo Pipes can result in some very interesting customized info streams. Check out Christopher S. Penn’s post on Twitter Power Tips.
  • Habit Six: Play with it Use the Firefox Search Plugin to post directly to your Twitter account (so cool)
  • Participate in the Twitter fan wiki (tons more tools in there)
  • Twitter “Everywhere, Anywhere Messaging”, Speed-dating…
  • You can add friends via IM, if you know their username by sending an IM to the twitter@twitter.com contact and typing: follow USERNAME
Maggie Tsai

YouTube - Gmail Theater: Why Use Gmail? - 0 views

  • Gmail Theater: Why Use Gmail?
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