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On May 1st, 2011 Twitter grew up and became an important source of news reports. I am sure many of you have already heard how twitter account @reallyvirtual tweeted the raid on Osama Bin Laden while it was happening. Well it’s 1/2 true, he tweeted about a helicopter and some blasts, but not about the raid as no one knew exactly what all that action meant at the time.

Digital photography has many advantages over film. One of the biggest is that there is no difference between taking 10 photos or 1000 in terms of price. This sort of dilutes the photography world, one can say, by creating an environment where the photographer really doesn’t need to fully set up and think about their shots. Many a photog is now brimming mad at me, but it is the truth. Granted a bad shot is still a bad shot, but more often than not if you snap 100 of the same scene, chances are you’ll […]

Empire Avenue is a social media networking site that offers so much more than the ordinary sites. It not only funnels all your efforts on the likes of Twitter, LinkdIn, Facebook, but it also provides a huge push to you to stay focused on your networking plans.  

Continuing the “Learning Twitter – From a Newbie Point of View” blog series, today I wanted to cover the protocol of Twitter. How do you phrase your tweets? What atmosphere will you create? What’s a good plan to use when tweeting? How to Phrase Your Tweets – You need to be concise and to the point. The original idea of Twitter was to offer snipets rather than paragraphs when communicating. There is a soft limit of 140 characters to your tweets, although there are many applications that will allow you to go over that. Depending […]

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