Ever get the feeling someone is watching you?

Ever get the feeling someone is watching you?
Had to chuckle when this arrived in the mail this morning. Chuckle and switch geo-tagging off on all my Twitter applications. Tell your worldFacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogleEmailPrintMorePinterestRedditTumblr

I’ve been to tweet 3000, not much has changed but they tweet underwater

I've been to tweet 3000, not much has changed but they tweet underwater
The tweet for this blog post is my 3000th since joining back in March 2008. 3000 seemed like a good milestone to check out some stats and see what I could learn about my Twittering habits. I browsed through a few Twitter stats sites and this is what I learnt about myself. Tell your worldFacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogleEmailPrintMorePinterestRedditTumblr

How not to follow the Tour de France 1

How not to follow the Tour de France
Very occasionally I like to not know stuff and, when that happens, being compulsively hyper-connected can make life quite difficult. One of those things is the results of today’s Tour de France stage. I like to get home and watch the coverage not yet knowing the outcome – pretty old school, huh? It takes all ...

Facebook takes an unusual stand against Zimbabwe

Facebook takes an unusual stand against Zimbabwe
In order to research a post I was writing for The Next Web today, I was creating some dummy a/cs on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Bizarrely, Facebook’s automatic account filtering wouldn’t let me create an account with the surname “Banana”. Canaan Banana was the first president of Zimbabwe and, were he alive, he might very ...

Using templates when autoposting blog entries from flickr

Using templates when autoposting blog entries from flickr
I just discovered that with a bit of tinkering I could get my photoblog posts from this… to this… These posts are auto-created by flickr when I email images to a specific email address. I never liked that flickr repeated the image title and “uploaded by” under the image, it was a bit overpowering. Admittedly, ...

I thought I’d found the holy grail – iPhone takeout ordering (UK)… it was not to be 7

I thought I'd found the holy grail - iPhone takeout ordering (UK)... it was not to be
In a previous post I mentioned that I thought a takeout ordering app would be a great idea. Online takeaway aggregator Eatitnow.co.uk seemed to have heeded the call with their iPhone app. This evening, feeling both lazy and hungry, I thought it was time for a test drive. Have I found the holy grail? iPhone ...

Please update your bookmarks, I’ve gone wordpress-dot-org 1

As part of my ongoing plans to experiment with how things work, I’ve sprung for a hosting package and moved my blog to be hosted directly within my domain so this blog is now on¬†davereinhardt.com. All posts have (eventually) been migrated and over the next few weeks I’m sure I’ll work out how gadgets and ...

@gowalla longing for a return to Arsenal's glory days at Highbury

@gowalla longing for a return to Arsenal's glory days at Highbury
I guess its reasonable, Arsenal still haven’t won any silverware since moving to The Emirates. PS you need to be logged into Twitter for it to reveal location in Tweets Tell your worldFacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogleEmailPrintMorePinterestRedditTumblr

What's your favorite favorite?

Today’s big idea is to bring some management to Twitter favorites. I often use these when I browsing twitter on a mobile to bookmark for later reading on a PC. This got me thinking two things: [Across twitter] The number of times that a tweet has been favorited is a measure of how interesting people ...

Silly project

I’ve noticed over the past few weeks that whenever I use specific hashtags on twitter, my tweets get retweeted. I wanted to see if I could work out how to do this and so I set myself a little project, here’s what I did… Keeping track of silliness on twitter Created a new twitter account, ...
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