Part of me feels like this kind of defeats the purpose of Tweets and Facebook messages. But if you’re so inclined, you can use Later Bro to schedule future Tweets and Facebook messages.
We all know that Twitter, at it’s heart, is a mildly self-absorbed practice. The assumption that other people in this world really care about what you had for lunch requires at least some mildly-inflated sense of self. But this is ridiculous. Belgian interactive agency Boondoggle has developed a product called TweetNotebook where you can literally create a notebook of all your personal tweets.
Seth Godin explains the societal perils that come with the joys of new and emerging technologies.
[via Shawn Blanc]
An interesting take on Twitter from a hardcore â€œabstwainerâ€ Â or “teetotaler“.
You know the web is a big deal when a single significant socialÂ occurrenceÂ can hinder and in some instances shut down some of the largest online entities of our time.