BBC Audiobooks America sponsored a Twitter event that featured popular novelist Neil Gaiman and hundreds of short-form writers. The outcome will be a free audiobook produced from the collaboration.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald asked a simple question Sunday night and got 1000 simple answers from fans.
Jeremy Epstein says he limits the number of people he follows on Twitter to 140. This kind of constraint can free more resources to build relationships, but it’s difficult to get there from 800.
A concern about of Web 2.0 content is that it may not be true. It may be better for our ability to understand truth if it isn’t.
The City of Bloomington officially announced its participation in social media, reminding us that network value is as much relational as it is structural.
If there is any cause for concern in the news of Twitter’s feature changes, it may be in a feature creep that moves the service further away from simple.
What if there’s Wizards of Xavierly Place?