Twitter thing as another medium to set status..

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I have been introduced to twitter[] during meeting late last year.
but I was kinda lost at the moment as not really an active member ..
If you ever used mIRC (Internet Relay Chat)..mircabout this one might be handy.
as it is like being in the channel all the time.. and you will be getting message everything other user in the room say something..

and there is character limit in the message.. is 140 chars..
so.. it would rather call it as IRC with a new name .. *sigh*

not that suitable for message with the need of very detailed ..
but enough to buzz around about what you are doing at the moment..
and fairly enough to keep track of what being done all this while.

I wonder if can create something like the private channel..
so that company/project activity updates wouldn’t accessible to anonymous at all..

anyway this blog twitter is now available at namrannet
not going to promise any update though..except the one from this blog feed.

p/s : might be a good thing to track every single status I had ever put on my msn.. yahoo.. ( 50years later ? ).. oHh shit..may be NO!!!

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3 thoughts on “Twitter thing as another medium to set status..

  1. HawkEYE Post author

    Hmm.. actually got one tickbox under settings :

    Protect my updates

    Only let people whom I approve follow my updates. If this is checked, you WILL NOT be on the public timeline. Updates posted previously may still be publicly visible in some places.

    .. but not that convincing enough for me , though..~

  2. HawkEYE Post author

    to name a few :

    – mIRC away status
    – skype
    – ICQ
    – game related status
    — counter-strike stats
    — PS 3 (integrated online IM account)

    … not to mention many more private forum / board status
    under the signature when doing posting (hahaha.. users tend to get creative of the way to express themselves..)

    – development change log.
    – CVS comment on committing changes / update.
    — the best place to leave track for someone else to follow later if not another ‘you’ at different time..

    losing track of how many more that had been abandon (if that count)…. 😎

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