Social Media Related Tweets and Insights

From my Twitter account:

People aren't buying $300 netbook computers with the expectation of running Photoshop (which costs $700) on them http://bit.ly/7UNnf6

"Top 40 Creative Ads Made to Stop You Smoking" http://bit.ly/80gz4W

Scoble: "Twitter has changed and has become a very powerful RSS reader, full-text isn’t as important" http://bit.ly/5rWdyd -- I don't think so. Full text is what you need to make a rational conclusion.

Volunteers Log Off as Wikipedia Ages - WSJ.com http://bit.ly/5Slt4y -- "Wikipedia volunteers dropping like flies: the site lost 49,000 editors during the first 3 months of the year" http://bit.ly/5f2uZ6 -- @LanceUlanoff " http://bit.ly/5rwlhK Without updates Wikipedia is like my old Britannica, without the accuracy."

Nephrologist Joel Topf: The complete Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base e-Book Available for Free http://bit.ly/5jz0qO

Depressed Woman Loses Health Benefits for Happy Pics on Facebook http://bit.ly/5q2SBU

"New" trend among people on Twitter: repost the same update several times during the day or week to make sure it's read in several time zones. I don't think this is a good idea from my limited perspective as a reader.

3 Steps to Joining or Leading a Twitter Chat by Social Media University, Global http://bit.ly/4oCW6N

From Australia: @
BiteTheDust: "It's getting to be the season. Don't forget to check your shoes for spiders and scorpions befoe you put them on. Found one of each today."

Tweets are not research articles - they are 140-character messages - please always go to the original source, links, etc. Tweets and links do not represent endorsement, approval or support. Image source: OpenClipArt.org, public domain.

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