Monthly Archives: April 2013

Alternative ways you can display and share your tweets

Aside from the Twitter web page, there are a number of different ways you can view tweets. Two of my favourites are: curating tweets to produce a digital style newspaper and showcasing tweets as a back channel that can be … Continue reading

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Time saving tech tips you may well have forgotten

There are so many time saving keystroke tips and tricks around and yet many of us (including myself) have either simply just not picked them up or along the way forgotten what they are! David Pogue talks about some really useful ones … Continue reading

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The 5 Stages of Getting Twitter

Below is an excellent article written by Shea Bennett on the 5 Stages of Getting Twitter. I am sharing her 5 Stages (in its entirety) as it is such a good summary and one that even the most prolific Tweeters will be … Continue reading

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Google+ Hangouts on Air

One of the features of Google+ is having a ‘Google Hangout‘, which is very similar to Skype. However the added value is that it is free for you to hang out with up to 9 people and have a private discussion or … Continue reading

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Developing your LinkedIn Profile

If you are thinking about creating a LinkedIn profile or have one but have not looked at it recently, the following tips may be useful.

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Kickstarter: crowdsourcing funding for your creative project

Kickstarter is a new way to fund creative projects. It is a platform where anyone can launch a project and seek funding. The project creators set a funding goal and deadline for their project. Projects only get funded if the … Continue reading

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