Today In Twitterverse: Coffee by Tweet

Yes, it’s also a sales channel! Houston Twiterati are at this very minute placing drink orders with the baristas @coffeegroundz via Twitter, the micro-blogging platform rumored to be worth $250 mil. Mr. Tweet, says, “How cool is that? You don’t even have to stop working to walk to the counter and order a coffee.”

Today In Twitterverse: Share of Voice

Jon Buch is creative director @ Gigya, Inc. and a “semi-naughty photographer.”

Today In Twitterverse: This Isn’t Junior High School

Is It A Service Or A Platform?

People are talking about Twitter possibly being worth a quarter of a billion dollars. Which people? Why, Sarah Lacy and Om Malik. Let’s listen.

Today In Twitterverse: Tweet For Your Life

Twitter has evangelists, but few are more prominent than Tony Hsieh, the Tweet slinging CEO of Las Vegas-based Internet shoe purveyor, Zappos. photo courtesy of Laughing Squid After kicking it with Ev, last week in DC, Hsieh looked inward and was delighted by what he saw. At Zappos, we have 10 core values that act […]

Today In Twitterverse: OMMA Social

David Berkowitz, Director of Emerging Media and Client Strategy at 3601, is in San Francisco today for OMMA Social, a MediaPost event.

Today In Twitterverse: 1 Fairway Drive

Can a vacant home find a buyer on Twitter? Let’s find out! Follow 1fairwaydrive for the full story.

Man’s Handheld Survives Memphis Meltdown

It’s rare, but sometimes flies get caught in the social media honey. There are two such stories floating today. One involves a man who murdered his wife after she changed her status from “Married” to “Single” on Facebook. Marshall Kirkpatrick at ReadWriteWeb has the goods on that one. The other story is about a PR […]

Overly Social Can Be Totally Annoying

Nathania Johnson at Search Engine Watch considers Fanboy’s take on social media experts and how they’re ruining his Twitter experience. Pinto is sitting at the popular kids table and the conversation is shallow. The most popular people on Twittter are determined by vain methods found on grading websites that use things like number of followers […]

Watching TV With “Friends” Around The Nation – Is There Anything The Web Can’t Do?

While a social media advance can’t hold a candle to the real news on this day in American history, Saul Hansell of The New York Times does note the significance of today’s CNN/Facebook mashup. CNN’s live streaming of the Inauguration, with a feed from Facebook is powerful demonstration of how television can use social media […]