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Will Twitter Jump the Revenue Gun?

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Twitter's only recently become an international sensation, but, unlike some of its more slow-and-steady contemporaries, it's already looking to make a buck and this week hinted again at letting the ad revenue stream in. This may not end well.

Though they've always admitted they could possibly, maybe, potentially open the door to advertisers, Twitter founder Biz Stone seemed to chart a more definitive course yesterday afternoon when he tweeted, "We leave the door open for advertising. We'd like to keep our options open, as we've said before.

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TweetDeck better Facebook and Myspace integration

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TweetDeck, one of the best twitter desktop apps around is updated with some new features to Facebook integration and MySpace support for the first time. MySpace support may not interest to most of you but there are folks who are still using MySpace. TweetDeck is aiming to become a one for all desktop app for social networks, TweetDeck dubs itself as “your personal browser for staying in touch with what’s happening now”.

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Twitter: Mitigating the Noise with Seesmic & TweetDeck Groups

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One of the recurring conversations I’ve seen come up over the last few months is Twitter overload, and how to most effectively cope with the tidal wave of updates that people receive from the contacts they’re following. Without mechanisms in place to track specific people, and the contributions they make, it’s all too easy for their updates to be washed away in the ongoing deluge of discussion.

One thing I’ve just started experimenting with, which I’ve so far had very good results with, is the use of groups. This isn’t a feature that exists in the native Twitter site unfortunately, but has been introduced by a couple of different Twitter clients – most notably TweetDeck and Seesmic.

Groups enable you to categorise collections of your Twitter contacts and effectively filter out everyone else. Additionally, given both TweetDeck and Seesmic feature multi-column interfaces, you are able to configure one or more categories to be displayed along side the columns that contain the updates of all your contacts, mentions/replies and direct messages.

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The Tweets That Roared on the Day that Disney bought Marvel!

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I’m usually a news monger on most days, but today was a very busy one at the office. I was stunned to come home and read that Marvel was being acquire by Disney! There’s been tons of speculation from pros to fans to Stan Lee about how all this will play out. I’m hoping it’s going to do for Marvel what Warner did for DC Comics, and not affect the publishing line too much. I found Marv Wolfman’s comments quite insightful—he’s worked for Marvel, DC, and Disney Publishing in his career.

What was really entertaining about today were all the Tweets. If I were constantly checking twitter all day, I would have known earlier.

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VMworld 2009 Extravaganza at the Thirsty Bear

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I am (will be) reporting on the goings on at the Sunday Night Warm Up Extravaganza via Twitter, and with some luck I’ll have enough phone battery to send regular updates and twitpics throughout the whole event.

Enjoy! The live Tweetgrid can be found after the page break.

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UPDATED: VMETC Test Tweetgrid For VMworld

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VM /ETC readers have most likely figured out by now that I will be incorporating a live Tweetgrid into my VMworld 2009 posts this year. I’m hoping the ease of tweeting and the magic of hastags will provide a unique, live angle to my coverage. For my RSS readers – from what I’ve seen so far in my testing you will have to follow the links to the post on my site to see the tweets.

I’m still planning on the normal live blogging while at keynotes, sessions, briefings, etc., but wifi access and power for my notebook have been more “miss than hit” at past conferences where cellular signal has seemed to be more consistent. We’ll see.

As always I am open for feedback and suggestions. Please leave a comment or contact me via the info on my About page.

I am looking forward to the show, and can’t wait to see everyone in San Francisco!

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