By banning @Milo, Twitter has made Milo Yiannopoulos into a martyr. Based on their public replies, I don’t think Twitter gets the ramifications of that just yet. Twitter should take this moment to learn, reflect, and reform.
This is a case study in damage control and social media support. A case study that you should read, before offering your next insanely great deal online.
As I recover from a (compromised) app spamming up my Twitter feed, I detail how Twitter’s recent marketing changes hurt the security of the service in general.
For at least a full month, I made a conscious decision to cease all social networking. I was busy trying to build a product, but I also learned some things about how and what I was social networking about. I learned some nifty things about what I missed, and what I should not miss doing […]
As you may have noticed, I’ve been doing most of my blogging on Twitter these days. Like many, I like how Twitter allows for acceptably-compressed postings. Posting 140 characters as a blog post is too small for most people to find adequate. This is largely because of how long it takes to pull up a […]
Yes, I have been tweeting quite a bit, and some of the content of that has slipped through the blog. I’ll try to keep that more in-balance going forward. But, to avoid any more slipping up, I’ve added a Twitter widget to the right side of the site, right below the link to my contact […]
Here’s the deal. You’ve voted quite clearly that you don’t want MechaWorks sites to become glued to Twitter. And, I personally think that’s the right call. I don’t find Twitter to be of much use. That said, I do want to stop having to reply to the litany of “can we talk on twitter?” Which […]