"Ever wanted to see the entire conversation surrounding a post? Now you can! This simple bookmarklet will load comments from Twitter, FriendFeed, Digg, Reddit, HackerNews and any blog mentioning the article and will load it in a handy sidebar."
Ever wanted to see the entire conversation surrounding a post? Now you can! This simple bookmarklet will load comments from Twitter, FriendFeed, Digg, Reddit, HackerNews and any blog mentioning the article and will load it in a handy sidebar.
bookmarklet will load comments from Twitter, FriendFeed, Digg, Reddit, HackerNews and any blog mentioning the article and will load it in a handy sidebar.6 Tips For Building Deeper Connections With Twitter
So, you’ve been on Twitter for awhile and realize it has some value beyond updating others on your every move. You may have followers and conversations, but most of your tweeps are on the surface. So, how do you build stronger connections? Here are 6 ways to take your connections deeper: 1. Add Value One big theme here is giving value on Twitter. People do not want to be sold, spammed or overwhelmed with tweets of little value. Think before you tweet. Ask, will this add value? Will this help someone? 2. Listen. Really? I thought Twitter is where I get to talk and tell people stuff. - Use the Favorites to save things you are listening to and might want to talk about later. - Try to read your tweet-stream in batches rather than watching your Tweetdeck all day. 3. Get engaged. Start conversations. - If someone in your stream asks a question? Reply. Share your knowledge. - If someone is looking for help? Offer your help or make an introduction to someone who can. - Like what s
RT @tweetmeme 6 Tips For Building Deeper Connections With Twitter http://bit.ly/ZxhBn [from http://twitter.com/Doug_Caldwell/statuses/1409223825]
RT @dustyedwards: 6 Tips For Building Deeper Connections With Twitter ... http://bit.ly/yIjV2 [from http://twitter.com/Bleau/statuses/1611408833]Twitter is Not a Conversational Platform - O'Reilly Radar
Perhaps the most common reason given for joining the microsharing site Twitter is
If microsharing tools resemble wikis more than conversational tools and social networks, this has huge implications for how people and organizations approach use of this emerging technology. Solis suggests, I think rightly, that "sometimes it's effective to...maintain a presence simply by reading, listening, and sharing relevant and timely information without having to directly respond to each and every tweet."PR 2.0: The Conversation Prism v2.0
The Eloquence of the Conversation Prism and Social Science
updated version Mar 2009
great artTweetboard - True Twitter Conversation
Tweetboard - True Twitter Conversation
You can integrate this into your website. Turns tweets into conversations.
Tweetboard is a fun and engaging micro-forum type application for your website. It pulls your Twitter stream in near real-time (max 1 min delay), reformatting tweets into threaded conversations with unlimited nesting. Conversations that spun off the original conversation are also threaded in-line, giving your site visitors full perspective of what's being discussed.
like a forum that you can embed on any page.a tiny thread
Simple forum that uses twitter. Small, simple, and kind of brilliant.
Twitter with threading.
finally here: threads for twitterBeck / Irrelevant Topics
make dinner at home. You shove the bowl across the table and you throw a fork and you drop the napkin.(Laughs.) You make due. I don't know if it's all cosmetic. I guess you can tell when something is primarily cosmetic and lacks the structu
n gear. It was pretty cold out there. It's hard to compete with the natural elements. It's captured better in a theater. I'm probably a little old fashioned and a little backward.
Beck + famous people
Beck interviewing Will Ferrell is pretty awesome http://beck.com/irrelevant_topics [from http://twitter.com/hamsandwich/statuses/3294233170]
Beck is doing so many awesome things with his re-designed website. Irrelevant Topics is one of my favorites. The interview with Will Ferrell is amazing.Bettween | The Ultimate Twitter Conversation Tracker
The Ultimate Twitter Conversation Tracker
این وب سایت به شما این امکان را می دهد که گفتگوها و توییتهای انجام شده بین دو کاربر در توییتر را رهگیری و مشاهده کنید!
Threads Tweets into conversations
Waiting for it to come up again...
RT @problogger Trying ThreadedTweets - Real-time Threaded Tweeting - http://is.gd/yDVK [from http://twitter.com/willdonovan/statuses/1758399483]BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Stephen Fry on joys of Twitter
Stephen Fry has become a huge fan of Twitter, a social networking service that thousands of people have signed up to, including many celebrities. He says he now has 50,000 'followers' who give him advice such as how to deal with a bat on the loose in his house...
Video clip. Fry explaining why he uses Twitter.
I've always struggled when other people ask 'What's Twitter?' Now I'm just going to send them this link to a short video of Stephen Fry perfectly encapsulating what Twitter is, how it works and why it's good.10 reasons to avoid talking on the phone - The Oatmeal
via kottkeThe 6 Levels of Engagement in Online Conversations | Lateral Action
When you are engaging with your network (online or offline) who you are AND the nature and level of conversations you have will influence your level of your engagement with the other person.
Activity is not productivity - we all know that. But why do we keep engaging in activities that are not productive? One answer: Simply because it is easy to engage in activities that are not productive. This is true especially when it comes to activities that are geared towards building engagement with the other person. Sometimes, it is easy to think you are engaged when you are not even on the other person's radar. Here is the basic rule: When you are engaging with your network (online or offline) who you are AND the nature and level of conversations you have will influence your level of your engagement with the other person. The diagram above shows ONE framework that explains this relationship. As you can see, the need for creativity goes up significantly when you need higher levels of engagement Here are the levels: A. Mindless Chatter: This is basically saying whatever comes to your mind and sometimes you might get a reply (the other person may also be bored, right?) and you mightHow to: Track a conversation in Twitter | Journalism.co.uk Editors' Blog
how to track a conversation in twitterHow to Come up With Good Conversation Topics - wikiHow
Even if you know how to start a conversation and make it a good one, there's still the issue of choosing what you're going to talk about. Some topics are inappropriate in some situations, and some are just plain boring. Here are some topics to keep the conversation alive while keeping your foot out of your mouth.How to be a Brilliant Conversationalist - Stepcase Lifehack
Well I can't get any worse at making conversation
You probably shy away from some people on social occasions. Their conversations are tedious. You groan inwardly when they approach for you know that they
CommunicationTweet! Tweet! Tweet! - Roger Ebert's Journal
"I like the internet, but I don't want to become its love slave." Well said, @ebertchicago http://cwu.me/dnrbvv (thx for @ cx, @digiphile) [from http://twitter.com/MacDivaONA/statuses/16081979732]
Roger Ebert-"I vowed I would never become a Twit. I have been humbled...": http://bit.ly/ddJQyE /via @SocialMedia411
RT @SocialMedia411: Roger Ebert - "I vowed I would never become a Twit. I have been humbled...": http://bit.ly/ddJQyE ★★★
Everyone could learn a thing or two from Roger Ebert: http://bit.ly/ddJQyE
RT @florencedesruol: @Kriisiis tu as lu son billet sur l'addiction je l'avais tweeté il y a qq temps ? http://is.gd/cXxfC
Tweet! Tweet! Tweet! by @ebertchicago http://spncr.me/b7 (awesome)
"I vowed I would never become a Twit. Now I have Tweeted nearly 10,000 Tweets. I said Twitter represented the end of civilization. It now represents a part of the civilization I live in. I said it was impossible to think of great writing in terms of 140 characters. I have been humbled by a mother of three in New Delhi. I said I feared I would become addicted. I was correct." Roger Ebert discusses the benefits of Twitter.
Roger Ebert (@ebertchicago) on how he became a convert to #twitter http://bit.ly/bWReQo #eventprofs