Twitter

Twitter has completely changed the way we communicate, it is the source for breaking news, a place where we find like-minded people and all this in 140 characters or less.

Who Should You Follow on Twitter?

Are you new to the world of Twitter and have no clue about people whom you should follow on Twitter ? Or are you an old Twitter inhabitant but looking to expand your network of Twitter friends?

Web 2.0 Origamized

Origami, is the Japanese art of folding paper to make out various shapes. Fast forward and integrate it with our Web 2.0 style and one of the immediate applications are the various logos made with color paper digitally in the Origami style.

Did you fall for TwitterRank ?

TwitterRank, a ranking algorithm for Twitter users which currently tops the Twitter search topics, is an elaborate but probably harmless prank.

Twitter Search Meets LinkedIn Applications

The initial set of LinkedIn Apps are provided by SlideShare (for uploading Office documents), Box.net (for sharing files), Google Docs (for PowerPoint presentations), Blog Links (for reading blogs) and Amazon Reading List (for sharing books you are reading).

Add Web Links in your Google SMS Text Messages

Google launched SMS channels early this month and so far, this new medium of content distribution has proved to be quite popular among mobile phone users in India who prefer receiving updates via SMS messages than say email or RSS feeds.

The Most Useful Bots for your Google Talk

You can do lot of interesting stuff with Google Talk like get news alerts in real time, save bookmarks to delicious, manage web calendars, translate text, read or write blogs, and so much more.

Ego Surfing on Twitter: Know When People Tweet Your Blog Posts

Twitter provides an excellent search engine but the problem is that Twitter Search is pretty useless for ego surfing – that’s because all hyperlinks on Twitter are in the form of short URLs so you’ll never know if that TinyURL link is pointing to you or someone else’s blog.

Google Should Seriously Consider Decoding TinyURLs of Twitter

When someone posts a link on Twitter, it is automatically converted into a short URL often powered by tinyurl.com. Human visitors can click the tinyurl link to visit the underlying website but that may or may not be the case with Google spiders.