The founder is the one who determines who can participate within their created blog.
Open Invite Blogs:
Any user has the opportunity to publish content without pre-approval.
Allow any user to register a blogging account.
Collaborative blogs are websites which enable multiple users to interact by publishing content and broadcast their comments or opinions. Generally take form of either an Invite Only or Open Invite blog.
Blogging that allows users to write brief text updates (or Tweets) about anything and publish them either openly or to a selected group of friends or followers.
Finding help on the Twitter website was difficult for me so I used other means in order to comprehend what Twitter presents. I saw what was going on, but I could not seem to understand why so many people like twittering. At first it seemed very useless and ineffectual to me. It took me a while to realize the point of Twitter but after I understood what it did it was very simple to use. Setting up an account to join was very trouble-free like most websites and social networks. I didn’t find much difficulty using the site at all. It was very easy to connect my account to my phone, and then the tweets just streamed from their.
Twitter provides immediate interaction and connectivity since you don’t actually have to log onto a website from a computer. Cell phones have helped connect people in many great ways, but not in an instantly connected community environment like Twitter does.
These tweets or updates can be submitted in numerous ways.
Constant updates from users contribute to the environment
Communication exists (following and followers)
Different groups or streams of twitter users demonstrates the different cliques that exist within a non-virtual community that establish unique culture.
Individual personalities are easily identified.
I was amazed when I found out about Twitter Vision and Twitter Earth . To see tweets constantly pop up around the globe is truly amazing to me, I’m new to this whole blogging and social networking phenomenon so I guess I never really took the time before to pay attention to where people interact from. You can add this to my “when I realized the world was flat…” experiences)