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November 4, 2008 in Art, Blogging, Fun, Ideas, Life | 2 comments
Thanks to Jonathan MacDonald for pointing to Cursebird. Go there and watch the @#$% tweets flow.
Mike Warot on November 4, 2008 at 8:35 am
Thanks for the entertainment, and especially the enlightenment…. I now truly understand the power of search subscriptions thanks to this.
Trying to watch the full tweet flow is beyond my ability to scale, but with this filter I can get a sense of what’s pissing off the planet.
It’s like the time I said “python sucks” in a blog entry… and was found immediately by someone who was looking to see why people didn’t like python… and got some helpful feedback.
The curse is a powerful magic… and the twitter universe responds. 8)
RBM on November 4, 2008 at 8:05 pm
That’s just like how my community college
classmates talk – especially the military reservist !
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@Support, I've reached my max # of lists How do I delete one or change its title? Probably obvious, but I'm missing it. #vrm
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@JohnnyNull @lnxwalt No problem. Metaphors can be dangerous. Need to handle them carefully. :-) Cheers.
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@JohnnyNull @lnxwalt No implication of evil. It's fine owning cattle, but not owning people.
@TeglerWrites @timoreilly No, #CRM can relate without controlling. That's why we have #VRM
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