Why I use Seesmic Web for my Twitter app

Web Tools for Learners

Currently I’m using Seesmic on the web. I can do that with the original Twitter, but Seesmic lets me have multiple threads open, and Twitter doesn’t. I’m avoiding Seesmic Destop because I anticipate the same problem.).

Trying to make sense of Twitter

Spark Your Interest

Seesmic - these guys actually show you what it looks like – lots of columns and ways of connecting together all that stuff. I haven’t been the biggest promoter of Twitter. I can see it has potential, but I’m finding it hard to get on the bandwagon, or even the caboose of the bandwagon. When I look at who I’m following, sometimes I wonder how they possibly squeeze it in to their day. Maybe they have some solution that I don’t.

Coming late to the Twitter party

Spark Your Interest

I have also continued to use the web interface, as I’m not sure which alternative would be better – TweetDeck , Seesmic or HootSuite seem to be the top choices, but I haven’t really invested the time to compare (anyone got a good place to see side-by-side features?). . It’s been a few months since I joined the Twitter party – a little late (fashionably late?) and 221 tweets later, I thought I’d make another blog post about my experience.

I Get HYPER When I’m Not LINKED!

Web Tools for Learners

I kept checking Seesmic on the web for Twitter; it’s still down late Friday evening. Yesterday Twitter went down. I’d already been bleeding my most boring tweets off by using Backpack’s Journal and fulfilling two purposes: Re-routing my impulse to tweet about mundane things into, as I mentioned, Backpack’s Journal; And thus creating a log of my activities, a kind of diary. Did I mention personal use of Backpack is free?

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use.

Making Sense Of The iPad For Online Learning

The eLearning Coach

Users of social iPhone apps, like Facebook Mobile, LinkedIn, TweetDeck and Seesmic, will have an easy time integrating the iPad into their social media universe. The noise about the release of Apple’s iPad has been a bit overwhelming.

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