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  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • I’m Henrik Joreteg, I work at &yet which is a 11-person company of devs/designers based in the hottest tech area in the world: Tri-cities Washington. \n\nI’m here because in the past year, as a company we’ve churned out several different realtime web apps, that’s kind of our thing. We do it for clients, we do it for our own products. We dig it. \n\nI wrote a lot of the JS for those apps and I’m here to share what we’ve learned.\n
  • Transcript

    • 1. Why Twitter Matters @HenrikJoreteg (the ‘@’ means that’s a twitter handle, bam!)Friday, July 22, 2011
    • 2. Why? It’s what people in the startup/developer/tech community useFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 3. Why? Build a personalized newsfeedFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 4. Why? Free marketing (with viral potential baked-in)Friday, July 22, 2011
    • 5. Why? Capture lost connections some bigshot loved your blogpost, how do they track what you’re doing?Friday, July 22, 2011
    • 6. Why? potential access to influencers the power of a DMFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 7. Why? Public visibilityFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 8. Examples? a little storyFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 9. Examples? I’m at @andyet because of twitter. We recruit through twitter. We reach out through twitter.Friday, July 22, 2011
    • 10. “I don’t need another garbage stream” It is what you make it. Take out the garbage!Friday, July 22, 2011
    • 11. User tips What I do to get value out of itFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 12. Pick a topic & stick with it Use facebook to tell your mom what you had for breakfast.Friday, July 22, 2011
    • 13. Follow lots of people Who tweet about your interests, 100 people minimum.Friday, July 22, 2011
    • 14. Unfollow Ruthlessly Be insanely picky or you’re wasting your timeFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 15. Use #hashtags Ex: Giving a “why twitter matters” talk at #krtconf. Slides here http://someurl.comFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 16. Think before you post Don’t drink and tweetFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 17. Keep it positiveFriday, July 22, 2011
    • 18. See ya on Twitter! @HenrikJoreteg (see what I did there)Friday, July 22, 2011

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