The Chief Executive of Plymouth Council has banned elected local councillors from using Twitter. This incredible news has come to light the day after many witnessed MPs Tweeting live from UK Parliament while the selection of the next Speaker of the House.
Research cast doubts on the real popularity of the IM service.
For a looooong time people have been wondering quite how Twitter is going to make money from this beast of a product that they have. Looks like they’ve taken the plunge into advertising. Today I logged on with a new account that I created yesterday, to see an advert placed in on the upper right … Continue reading Twitter Introduces Advertising
Twitter have smartened their new Follow email, borrowing heavily from Twimailer. We’ve been users of Twimailer since it first launched. It’s Web service that sends you an email alerting you when someone new follows you on Twitter – but with loads of extra info on it and laid out in an attractive manner.
Microblogging service finding it hard to retain users.
Celebs, politicians, businesses, job agencies and even police forces are getting in on the act.
Here we go, banging on about Twitter again. We came across another interesting use of Twitter – one that is usurping the mainstream media again. You’ll be aware of the shocking fire that have been raging in Australia.
If you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months you probably haven’t heard of Twitter. It’s a service that lets you write and post short messages that other people can read online or on their mobile devices. Some people call it micro-blogging, but that’s only because they don’t know how else to … Continue reading Twestival: Organising At The Speed Of Twitter
Micro-blogging social network site keeps on growing.
As of today, Scoopt, will stop taking photos from the public and licensing them out. The site, which received photos from members of the public and offered them for sale to news organisations around the world, was bought by Getty Images back in March 2007.