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Apr 28, 2009



you you think that the link "titter.com" ist ok?



jason raak

at least he isn't doing this. http://www.dezignstuff.com/blog/?p=569

sorry Ralph, please no hard feelings it was just to good to pass up.

Gabi Jack

Ralph, I agree with you in part. However, I must say that when you go past the common uses of Twitter for socializing and whatnot, it may be useful after all. I didn't want to believe it, but an example is my husband's company's marketing team. They don't even have an account with Twitter themselves, but they use Twitter search to find very juicy and extremely useful information about what people (customers and competitors alike) are saying about the technology they work with. See, usually people talk and they think that only those that follow them can see what they say; they don't stop to think that their conversations are being picked up by search engines and anyone else can find them and read them, as long as they know how to search for them. Bad news for them; great news for my husband and his co-workers. He always tells me that nothing is sacred anymore these days. Whatever you are looking for, no matter how confidential, you are likely to find online if you know where to search.

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