All posts tagged “twitter

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280 characters

Twitter is currently experimenting with longer tweets: 280 characters instead of its famous 140. One of the reasons they are doing this (besides the obvious goal of getting people to tweet more) is because different languages require a different number of characters in order to… Read More

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This is not right

I have largely avoided commenting on politics and Trump on this blog, but at this stage it is almost impossible to do that. Donations are starting to pile up for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as the tech community, and many others, begin to… Read More

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I love work

I spent this morning drafting the third post in my BARED blog series. First one, here. Second one, here. If any of you would like to be featured next, or know of someone who you think should be featured next, please send me an email… Read More

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This is a personal blog

The internet has created an interesting dialogue between personal identities and corporate brands. In the pre-internet and pre-blogging days, it was harder for individuals to establish a strong brand and public identity for themselves, unless of course they were somebody famous. The cost of doing… Read More

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Towards more publicness

Back when the commercial internet first started to take off it was uncommon to use your real name online. Instead people relied on usernames and other pseudynoms to represent themselves. I honestly can’t remember what I used in those days, but I’m sure it was… Read More