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Twitter: a beginner’s guide
Imagine a cell phone battery lasting 1 hour.
A camera that can hold 16 images.
Or if someone put a speed limit to you car making it impossible to drive faster than 10km/h
You can again be limited by technology!
Not knowing if your message reaches it’s destination...
Not being able to express all you need or what to say because [...]
Writing #hashtags, that excludes 90% of your readers as they do not know how to follow it.
#svpt Or using the hashtag only to spam everyone about your new blog entry as you are not satisfied with twitters limitati...
Writing #hashtags, that no-one knows how to read.
That is, if Twitter is working at all that day.
 
So you need to backup you account, because chances are that it will not be there tomorrow.
more
And you have to give your credentials away to them! (and all other stupid twitter sites). Great idea!  (this is again to l...
 
Try to scam everyone for money: PLZ HELP SEND MONEY bit.ly/xcv #disaster
Imagine being able to find someone where that event is happening
And scam them: PLZ HELP SEND MONEY bit.ly/xcv #disaster
Imagine being able to map what’s being said and done.
 
AND SPAM THEM ALL!
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5 things you can do now <ul><li>Sign up to Twitter and write without knowing if someone reads it </li></ul><ul><li>Again b...
 
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Twitter for beginners

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Twitter for beginners

  1. 1. Twitter: a beginner’s guide
  2. 2. Imagine a cell phone battery lasting 1 hour.
  3. 3. A camera that can hold 16 images.
  4. 4. Or if someone put a speed limit to you car making it impossible to drive faster than 10km/h
  5. 5. You can again be limited by technology!
  6. 6. Not knowing if your message reaches it’s destination...
  7. 7. Not being able to express all you need or what to say because [...]
  8. 8. Writing #hashtags, that excludes 90% of your readers as they do not know how to follow it.
  9. 9. #svpt Or using the hashtag only to spam everyone about your new blog entry as you are not satisfied with twitters limitations... (too long for twitter...)
  10. 10. Writing #hashtags, that no-one knows how to read.
  11. 11. That is, if Twitter is working at all that day.
  12. 13. So you need to backup you account, because chances are that it will not be there tomorrow.
  13. 14. more
  14. 15. And you have to give your credentials away to them! (and all other stupid twitter sites). Great idea! (this is again to long for a twitter)
  15. 17. Try to scam everyone for money: PLZ HELP SEND MONEY bit.ly/xcv #disaster
  16. 18. Imagine being able to find someone where that event is happening
  17. 19. And scam them: PLZ HELP SEND MONEY bit.ly/xcv #disaster
  18. 20. Imagine being able to map what’s being said and done.
  19. 22. AND SPAM THEM ALL!
  20. 23. link
  21. 24. link
  22. 27. 5 things you can do now <ul><li>Sign up to Twitter and write without knowing if someone reads it </li></ul><ul><li>Again be limited by technology </li></ul><ul><li>Get spammed in new fashions </li></ul><ul><li>Get scammed in new fashions </li></ul><ul><li>Give your passwords to everyone asking for it </li></ul>

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