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Allison Burrell

Mom This is How Twitter Works - 28 views

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Margaret Moore-Taylor

MakeUseOf - 12 views

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    If you can't get enough tips, apps, websites, tech help and guides, Make Use Of should be a go-to for you. This website will keep you in-the-know when it comes to anything tech. Cost: Free.
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Neil O'Sullivan

Under Ten Minutes | How to use Education Technology quickly. - 28 views

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    Under 10 minutes clips for schools technology
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Richard Kendall

Be Better at Twitter: The Definitive, Data-Driven Guide - Megan Garber - Technology - T... - 0 views

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    * Old news is no news: Twitter emphasizes real-time information, so information rapidly gets stale. Followers quickly get bored of even relatively fresh links seen multiple times. * Contribute to the story: To keep people interested, add an opinion, a pertinent fact or otherwise add to the conversation before hitting "send" on a retweet. * Keep it short: Twitter limits tweets to 140 characters, but followers still appreciate conciseness. Using as few characters as possible also leaves room for longer, more satisfying comments on retweets. * Limit Twitter-specific syntax: Overuse of #hashtags, @mentions and abbreviations makes tweets hard to read. But some syntax is helpful; if posing a question, adding a hashtag helps everyone follow along. * Keep it to yourself: The clichéd "sandwich" tweets about pedestrian, personal details were largely disliked. Reviewers reserved a special hatred for Foursquare location check-ins. * Provide context: Tweets that are too short leave readers unable to understand their meaning. Simply linking to a blog or photo, without giving readers a reason to click on it, was described as "lame." * Don't whine: Negative sentiments and complaints were disliked. * Be a tease: News or professional organizations that want readers to click on their links need to hook the reader, not give away all of the news in the tweet itself.
awqi zar

CloudFS.org » Building Your Own Dropbox Equivalent - 10 views

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    My previous dog food post did generate a couple of requests for more detailed instructions on how to build your own private cloud storage repository, so here goes.
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How To: Set Up a DIY Photo Booth Using Your Computer (Free Software Download ... - 6 views

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    If you have a computer and a printer, then you also have a DIY photo booth just waiting awesome-ize the next birthday party, wedding, or celebration you attend. Some people think photo booths are lame or cheesy; I assure you, they are not. They're a ton of fun, help guests get to know each other, and make guestbooks great. 
awqi zar

How to Automatically Download TV Shows as Soon as They've Aired (or Turn Your PC into a... - 6 views

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    Video content is readily available online for you to download, but the download process isn't always as simple and automated clicking a button on a TiVO or DVR. Fortunately, with a little set up and some help from a few great tools and BitTorrent or Usenet, you can turn your computer into a TiVo-like downloader. Here's how to set them up.
awqi zar

tweetagraph - 12 views

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    At last, a method for making Twitter's 140 character limit seem less annoying!I'm still ironing the kinks out but it seems to be working pretty well. Now I have to learn Morse Code which is bloody annoying. At least I only need to learn to write it! It's Tweetagraph and not Twittergraph because Twitter doesn't like you using the word "twitter" if you are tapping into their API. Fair enough I guess. Teletweet is an option too, but the Teletubby connection is too strong for me.
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