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Microposts from Twitter on 2008-03-25 | Josh Bancroft's TinyScreenfuls.com
Microposts from Twitter on 2008-03-25 – Josh Bancroft's TinyScreenfuls.com
I played with PocketTweets again last night after @greghughes recommended it. It’s come a long way. Compares favorably to my fave, Hahlo.
# Blog post: photo highlights from my beach getaway with @rachelbancroft last weekend, to Lincoln City:
http://tinyurl.com/22t4se # @jcjdoss Thanks! I’m pretty chuffed with some of the photos myself. 😉
# @influxx Hey, man, the Crocs are my signature. There’s got to be something remarkable about me, right? I’m the guy with the Orange Crocs. 😉
# @Skawtnyc Who’s Mario Batali? Is he that Vegas chef dude that wears Crocs? He’s totally biting my style. 😉
# @Skawtnyc Also, I seriously doubt I’m 100 lbs ligher than ANYONE. But thanks. 😉
# @Skawtnyc Pfft on this Mario. I scoff in his general direction. Besides, is there a SIGNIFICANCE to his orange Crocs? There is to mine! 😉
# @Skawtnyc Pish posh. White on Orange 4 Life, baby. Mine are RSS Evangelism shoes. I tell people that, and they say "What’s RSS?" Bingo! 🙂
# @verso Like what kind of gnome pictures? Orange Crocs around the world? I’m on it! 🙂
# @Skawtnyc You get it! They’re my RSS feet. Feet? Feed? Get it? Ha! 🙂
# @harrisja bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon MUSHROOM MUSHROOM! 🙂
http://tinyurl.com/p2tm # @harrisja You could make a Pipe that filters your Twitter feed, removes any tweet with "bacon". Start here:
http://tinyurl.com/ytccje # For my followers who want Orange Crocs Around the World, remember that I’m going to Shanghai, China, in a week. Can Shanghai handle it? 🙂
# For members of the Orange Crocs Around the World Posse:
http://tinyurl.com/2duzwg It’s just the beginning. 😉 # @JefftheGreat Don’t make me go and register a domain name. It’s a sickness I have. Must. Resist. Crocsaroundtheworld.com! 🙂
# @lyzadanger Like Adobe Kuler?
http://kuler.adobe.com/ # @verso Ooh! I like crocspotting.com. You guys are killing me! I don’t have time for another side project, but this would be so fun! 🙂
# @verso Yeah, I know. that’s what’s killing me. It would be relatively easy to do, and that makes me want to do it even more. 🙂
# @verso The crocspotting.com seed is planted. Now, to see when I’ll have time to get to it. 😉
# @marusin Thanks. but the inevitable has happened. The wheels are in motion already… 🙂
# @jcjdoss You’re the one who bought crocspotting.com? I just tried to register it, and was cursing whoever was parked on it. D me?
# Hey, stats junkies. Want something like Google Reader Trends for your Gmail? Check out Mail Trends:
http://tinyurl.com/2u37kh # @jcjdoss No worries – I appreciate it! 🙂 Did you get my D message? I need you to set up a CNAME in DNS for it. 🙂
# @NickStarr You used to be able to just tack "/export" onto the end of your Bloglines URL to get an OPML. No idea if that still works.
# @shanselman Here’s how I gave it context = "Site Stats that I care about as a blogger":
http://tinyurl.com/353mke # @jcjdoss Just edit the DNS record, and set up a CNAME pointer to point to "soup.io" (without quotes)
# @jcjdoss Use crocspotting.com. If you can redirect
http://www.crocspotting.com to crocspotting.com that would be perfect. # In a meeting with the web marketing people – the folks who run blogs.intel.com. Whoo fun! 🙂
# I’m having a really difficult internal struggle with the fact that "social media" is now an "industry", and marketers are all over it.
# @annierodkins Oh, I’m already poking the beehive, you can rest assured of that. 🙂
# I think social media has jumped the shark. It’s "mature". I want to find the new frontier, what’s new, and leave social media to marketers.
# It’s kind of like the web. It was wild, wooly, and innovative for years. Then ads came. It didn’t kill the web, but it got really boring.
# @jcjdoss Don’t worry about it. It may be automatic with GoDaddy. We’ll see! Thanks again! 🙂
# @annierodkins Don’t worry. I’m not going anywhere. I’d be bored to death if I worked at a company where everyone "gets it". 😉
# "Have you noticed that, in itself, money is kind of one-dimensional and boring? What else can we talk about? "
http://cluetrain.com/ # @jcjdoss No, it’s powered by soup.io
http://www.soup.io it’s a tumbleog/lifestreaming service. Pretty slick. # Twitter InstaResearch Poll: What the heck do YOU think a MID is? Not just defining the acronym, but what IS it? What is it NOT?
# @Jerry_Makare Marketing meetings ALWAYS get me riled up. You’ll detect that pattern if you keep following me. 🙂
# Heh. @Britopian called me a "strong personality". He’s so polite! 🙂
# @Britopian No matter how it may seem at times, I’m on your side. Just trying to help Intel avoid making dumb mistakes. 🙂
# Need Yahoo Pipes and/or Flickr help! How do I get it to output larger photos in the RSS feed?
# @ahockley I tried that. What I’m doing is Flickr RSS -> Yahoo Pipe to filter certain words -> Soup.io. Flickr direct to soup=big pics.
# However, something that I’m doing in my pipe causes the pics to be small on soup.io. I fear it’s some special way soup treats Flickr feeds.
# Tangentially, does anyone know how to get Flickr to generate an RSS feed of a search result (not a tag)?
# @Johnmont I’ve tried a search on the site, and using the "Flickr" object in Yahoo Pipes.
# @jcjdoss That works, but returns even tinier images. 🙁
# Ongoing InstaResearch: Chime in on the whole "what the heck is a MID" question here:
http://tinyurl.com/34a9f6 # @LorenHeiny Thanks! I’ve updated my post with your responses. 🙂
# I just discovered how to delete individual imported posts from soup.io. Awesome! I’m loving this service more and more. 🙂
# Putting the finishing touches on a fun little (not so secret) side project. Going to let it steep overnight, I’ll "launch" it tomorrow. 🙂
# @shanselman You’re welcome! Looking forward to reading your take on blog stats.
# Everyone go read @shanselman’s great post on blog statistics, and which ones you should really care about.