Tag Archives: social media network

what is the perfect #twitter bio ?

the best i (https://twitter.com/osde8info) have thought of so far is:

free libre open source advocate : WARNING : i will block/report any non real people (companys or undesirables) who follow me : ALSO : http://SeeDisclaimer.com

i should probably add a link to this social media network code of practise too

what’s yours ?

“Why all bosses should follow me and ban yammer in the workplace !”

Which UK CEO is going to follow in the footsteps of Theo Paphitis and scoop the PR media coup for going public about the BMN & SMN “virus” Yammer https://www.yammer.com  !  (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1210564/THEO-PAPHITIS-Why-ALL-bosses-I-did-ban-staff-Facebook.html)

If you haven’t even heard of Yammer https://www.yammer.com or it hasn’t spiralled out of control at your organisation – then watch out it will ! Typical 10% adoption could lead to 30% a year later, then 60% a month after that and then 90%-100%  in the following weeks !

Alternatively you could you use it as an HR tool and sack the employees who are using it the most (and instead of facebook) between 9am-5pm and even more radically promote those using it the most outside 9am-5pm ! I suspect it wont be long before Yammer blocking corporates overtake the 54% that already block facebook and twitter



the new delicious allows spaces in tags

after many many years of begging the new owners of delicious have finally implemented tags with spaces ! thank you ! thank you !


Are tags the same?

Tags function the same way, except that now we support multi-word tags. For example, you can add the tag “San Francisco” without underscores or other symbol tricks, and we will recognize it as a single tag. Separate your tags with commas so we know what words belong together.

make sure you get the latest bookmarklet from delicious.com/help/bookmarklets

Is RedGage too good to be true ?

RedGage is a web site that pays people for their online content and monetizes their social activity !

It’s a centralized hub where you can earn money for all the things you’re already doing online at places like Blogger, Flickr, Twitter, YouTube and WordPress ! RedGage pays based on the value of your content, measured by page views/popularity.

You can connect or link  RedGage to any existing blogger,  flickr and WordPress accounts in just a few clicks !

It aggregates from other sites so you don’t even have to regularly visit RedGage !

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