Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2010«

Choose your news carefully

July 27, 2010


I feel there may be a paradox in using Twitter as a way of building credibility. The thinking goes something like this: Microblogging thrives on News News thrives on Novelty Novelty is at odds with Credentials So if you’re Tweeting about something, I will assume that it’s of novel value to you (something you’ve just […]

Reading the 5,000

July 26, 2010


So it turns out that a train journey back from Leeds is longer than the battery life of an iPhone.  Nevermind, in the time I did have to surf the complimentary East Coast wi-fi, I thought I’d take the opportunity to read through a number of blogs about how to increase your followers on Twitter. […]