Microposts

Microposts from Twitter on 2008-06-24

  • Driving Rachel’s car today, used to be our only car (2002 Subaru WRX wagon). Every time I drive it I’m reminded of how much I love it. :-) #
  • @marccanter4real Tell FriendFeed to import your Twitter, then it’s automatically in both places. #
  • I think FriendFeed has developed enough social gravity in my world that I’m going to start paying more than sporadic attention to it. #
  • I’ve let FriendFeed raid my Gmail contacts to find people, but I’m still missing some. Is there a way to let it raid Twitter contacts? #
  • I wish there was a way on FriendFeed to track what I’ve already read, and what’s new. #
  • @mattg What FriendFeed, um, feed do you subscribe to? Everything from all of your friends? Firehose! What filtering do you use? #
  • Just had to replace the batteries in my Apple Wireless Keyboard (the slim aluminum one) for the first time since I got it in February. :-) #
  • I really, really need a way to tell FriendFeed to add the 470 people I follow on Twitter. Diff-ing the list by hand is killing me… #
  • @mnology Thanks for the tip. FF says that app is broken, and it’s Windows only, but thanks for thinking of me. Oh, I’m following you now. :) #
  • @mnology More like “you bank on the Twitter API, you lose.” ๐Ÿ˜‰ #
  • And of course, it’s all tied in to my linkblog, FriendFeed, Facebook, etc. I’m all about connecting stuff together today! Also, Hype Machine #
  • So apparently Intel is launching some big “Brand Ambassador”/blogger thing. I’m hearing about it first from Twitter. See anything broken? :( #
  • @chrisheuer How come I’m hearing about this Intel blogger thing from my Summize/Twitter search feeds? Seems like a communication FAIL. #
  • Let me amend. I’m not claiming that Intel should advise me of everything it does in “social media”. But why leave employees out of it? #
  • Or maybe it was just me, and all the other Intel employees that are active in this stuff were clued in. In which case, I’ll shut up and cry. #
  • @jmoriarty Yeah, I guess S&M has gotten widespread enough at Intel that I can’t keep up with all of it. BTW, social media = S&M from now on! #
  • Am I the last person to discover http://fftogo.com, an awesome mobile interface for FriendFeed? It’s beautiful on the iPhone. Bookmarked! #
  • Just came across something hilariously ironic about Intel that I don’t think I can blog externally. Might move me to post internally. #
  • @turoczy Interesting that you import your tweets into FriendFeed via the Twitter RSS feed, instead of the API. Is there a reason/advantage? #
  • Today has been a very interesting day. FriendFeed has sucked me in, big time. Crack-like rush to the brain, compulsive checking, and all. #
  • More info on the “Intel insiders”: http://tinyurl.com/5wanh5. It was a good idea when I suggested it 2+ years ago, too. No sour grapes here! #
  • I suggested an “ambassadors” program to the guy who does Intel’s ad buys in early 2006. I guess I’m glad they finally implemented it. ๐Ÿ˜‰ #
  • In case you were wondering, I did, in fact, come up with every good internet idea Intel has ever had, and will take credit for same. ๐Ÿ˜‰ #
  • @intelinsider I’m a little worried at the lack of transparency. How bout a post explaining it, and a list of bloggers so we can follow them? #
  • @JF10 What makes you say Ambassador programs suck? Honest question – I’d like to know why. #
  • @gwalter Dude, Google bought Jaiku in Oct. of last year: http://tinyurl.com/2xny52 I don’t go to their website often, either, but dang! ๐Ÿ˜‰ #
  • @chartier How will we be able to identify the second printing of @applehacks (besides your bio being there)? I want to get the right one. :) #
  • Just spent HOURS adding people I follow on Twitter to FriendFeed. BY HAND. There are still gaps. That sucked. Data Portability, anyone? #
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