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February 5, 2009 in Journalism | 2 comments
To my amazement, the hashtag had been established by the governor’s staff — who were tweeting major points of Granholm’s speech as she made them. — Dave Poulson in Poynter E-Media Tidbits. Via @JoeTrippi
Chip on February 6, 2009 at 9:51 am
I’m getting so behind the curve
Ramped myself up on Facebook, with daughters and a few near-peers
But not tweeting (I keep having this image of Sylverster the cat)
Mike Warot on February 6, 2009 at 11:30 am
Hashtags are cool, we need a generic HTML equivalent, so we can tag what subjects pages are about.
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@dherman76 @seanbohan In 141 characters? Maybe I should do a series of tweets. Lemme see...
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@beaucronin @luckymethod See chapters 4 and 20 of The Intention Economy: bit.ly/14o12X8 Work is now happening there. #vrm
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@dherman76 @seanbohan Right. If we didn't care about our data, we would have nothing on our hard drives. :-) #vrm
A partial #VRM FAQ: bit.ly/UsPwKv
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@paulwallbank Thanks, Paul. Enjoyed the discussion. One small correction: there is only one e in Searls. :-)
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