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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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#Privacy is Personal: bit.ly/1R7q5Kp My latest column in @linuxjournal #VRM
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If people won't follow the lead of human heroes, will they follow a fictional one? Be interesting to see. #VRM twitter.com/meeco_me/statu…
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@GrahamHill @dmarti For those who don't want the tracking-based varieties of those, what do you recommend?
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Liveblog: Tweetline — a tweet that unpacks into a liveblog outline. #Wildfires seems to be today's theme, so far. liveblog.co/users/dsearls/…
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