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Can Twitter Be Easier To Switch Between Public And Private Messaging?

@ 2:06 PM on May 29, 2014

Twitter CEO, Dick Costolo, wants to make twitter more seamless to switch between public and private messaging. Currently, the switch isn’t easy. They are experimenting with ways to highlight tweets that are most relevant to you when you visit the service. There are three ways that could be done: completely automated algorithms human curation a […]

A New Look For Tweets On Twitter

@ 11:32 AM on April 20, 2014

Twitter is all about you. Whether you are a real person, a business or a brand, and earlier this month, you got a makeover. The first time you saw it, you might have thought there was something wrong with your browser. Something looked different, and you might have wondered if your computer had been hacked […]

What The Trend

@ 11:29 AM on April 4, 2011

What the Trend says it is “The front page of the real-time web.” If you want to discover the current trends on Twitter, and the reason they are trending, What the Trend tells you what and why. Two types of messages drive What The Trend – short phrases and hashtags. The site gets its trending […]

New Twitter Exploit

@ 12:52 AM on September 22, 2010

Tim Martin, the NewsBlaze Technology Specialist says there is a new exploit affecting thousands of twitter users. Twitter updated their website last week and there is now a vulnerability. The Exploit The exploit takes advantage of the Javascript function on MouseOver. It allows the links to launch popup windows, and some users are being directed […]

Twitter Creates New Notification Email Format

@ 2:10 AM on July 18, 2010

For some time now, people have been talking about how twitter could improve the notification emails. The previous notification format, that told you about a new follower, looked like this: Bob Calvert (talkwithheroes) is now following your tweets on Twitter. A little information about Bob Calvert: 1632 followers 80 tweets following 1905 people Now, since […]