Today In Twitterverse: Reporters Report

@brianstelter of The New York Times took note of @onemoreryan’s tweets last week as they related to CNN’s proposal to offer an alternative wire service to newspapers across the country. Apparently, The Spokesman-Review editor was using Twitter to “broadcast” his opinions from inside CNN headquarters, a practice that Stetler (and presumably CNN) questioned. CNN, a […]

Today In Twitterverse: If It’s Success You Seek, Work Saturdays

There’s a phrase I like: “The more you do, the more you can do.” Apparently, it’s not original thinking… Chris Brogan is a social media guru. Jason Calacanis quit blogging, but he’s still a winner. Share

Today In Twitterverse: Fake Dan Wieden

Fake Dan Wieden started following me on Twitter today. Wouldn’t it be great if the real Dan Wieden was behind the Fake Dan Wieden? Share

Today In Twitterverse: TweetsGiving

Twitter’s the micoblogging/messaging service that keeps on giving. New creative uses for the service are being unleashed almost daily. Here’s today’s entry: TweetsGiving.org, a Twitter celebration of gratitude and giving powered by Epic Change. TweetsGiving hopes to demonstrate the power of the social web by raising $10,000 in 48 hours to build a classroom in […]

Today In Twitterverse: Song of AdPulp’s Self

This thought is the culmination of a phone call I had with Tom Asacker this afternoon. Tom essentially said we’re rich in information but deprived of knowledge. Naturally, I agree. AdPulp exists to process information about marketing and media into dense bits of portable knowledge. Share

Today In Twitterverse: Humanizing The Brand By Allowing People An Inside View

John Byrne, Editor-in-Chief, BusinessWeek.com calls himself a “Digital Journalism Advocate.” One thing that’s clear is his belief in transparency. If you’ve ever tried to explain how Twitter can help build interest in one’s company, you know it can be tricky to convey. Byrne’s example is a good place to send someone. By letting us in […]

Twitter Is So Fresh We Don’t Know How To Cook It

Faris Yakob went to Oxford. I imagine that’s where sentences like these come from: The fact that you can microbroadcast phatic affection enables the formation of larger number of weak social ties. Or something. I can’t pretend to know what it means. But I can ask Faris, or you, for an explanation. Share

Today In Twitterverse: Reverse Mentoring @Edelman

Amanda Mooney works as an account exec in the Chicago office of Edelman. Share

Today In Twitterverse: Hyperlocal FTW!

Maki, writer of Dosh Dosh, is currently a Philosophy student in Toronto, Canada. As a new member of the Portland micro-media community, I’ve been intently researching local online resources to see if there might be an opportunity to develop something new and useful. Some of the best hyperlocal sites in Portland include PDX Pipeline and […]

Today In Twitterverse: Pitching Pitch Black Porter

Bridgeport is a brewer of distinctive ales in Portland, Oregon. And from the evidence above, also a skilled user of social media. Share