Twitter

by on May 19th, 2013

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Picture says it all. Click it to enlarge. Tweeting moments. Our brilliant social life.

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Everybody in this country should learn how to program the computer … Because it teaches you how to think.
– Steve Jobs

So, who is a computer programmer? What is computer programming?

Bill Gates (Microsoft), Jack Dorsey (Twitter), Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Drew Houston (Dropbox), Elena Silenok (Clothia), Tony Hsieh (Zappos) and Gabe Newell (Valve) describe computer programming and they talk about how they started to write code for computer. Watch the video.

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Often In offices, colleges and universities YouTube, Twitter, Facebook even Gmail is blocked / restricted to use because management do not want to waste time on social media websites. They also block Gmail and USB ports to restrict official confidential information being leaked out of office. Sometimes you just need to use these online services even when management applies restriction. While there are many proxy websites and privacy softwares to unblock restricted websites but here is another simple amazing way to unblock popular websites as below.

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Imagine if Twitter would have been available in 80s! You have to buy a separate disk for Twitter and connect it to internet and use it to send instant messages online.

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This is Amazon old website and books catalog in above photo. Now Amazon is one of the top online stores for anything and everything you could desire to shop online. Lets view our favorite websites at their initial stages.

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Create a fake tweet using any twitter username. Here is a a fun way to make it appear as if a Twitter user has tweeted something. You can pick any user you want, enter any text, and create an individual, look-alike tweet. TweetForger’s intent is to cause people to realize and think about just how subconsciously willing they are to suspend belief. If I get a tweet from a celebrity addressed to me, referring to something that only my friends know, do I immediately realize that it’s a joke, or do I even for a minute actually think that this celebrity is actually tweeting me? If I do, does that say something about me or does it say something about the world in which we all live? We are using Twitter “tweets” as an example of the kind of Internet communication that people tend to accept as fact, but the cultural phenomenon on which we are commenting could just as easily happen with Wikipedia, Facebook, or any other site on which people rely for information.

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Follow your interests: instant updates from your friends, industry experts, favorite celebrities, and what’s happening around the world. Get short bursts of timely information on the official Twitter app for iPhone. Twitter has released Twitter 3.3.2 for iPhone and iPad which includes iPad 2 direct video/photo capture support and some bug fixes.

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