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February 17, 2009 in Ideas, Science | 1 comment
What’s the tweeting protocol? An inquiry at Linux Journal. Lots of good and helpful responses. And thumbs up to Dave’s Where is Twitter’s WordPress?
Tony on March 1, 2009 at 9:24 am
An interesting but longstanding issue relates to the Tarski theme displaying “no comments” when the comments count is zero. Do visitors think comments are closed? I decided to write a post about it. Hope it helps!
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@eventbritehelp See vrmday2015b.eventbrite.com It's on the 26th, yet it's coming up as "Live" or "Ended" and we can't move any more tix. #vrm
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Yes. Exactly. See newclues.cluetrain.com/#65 HT @dweinberger twitter.com/nitinbadjatia/…
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@heathervescent @BlairReeves See j.mp/awars #vrm: projectvrm.org and @VRM & go @dukebasketball & @DurhamBulls :-)
@carolecadwalla Re: gu.com/p/4cq97/stw, #unicorn = #pegasus? Hm: What if customers (the Sun) win the Adblock War? j.mp/awars
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@linuxjournal: Dealing with Boundary Issues: j.mp/bndry It's also the latest in my #adblock war series: j.mp/awars
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