It’s May Day. That’s the perfect time to wrap up April’s Twitter postings.
For whatever reason, my Twitter stream was filled with maps and comics and pictures this month, so you’ll get a lot of those. Enjoy!
If you still get your MTs confused with your RTs, check out the first fake follow post for the Twitter jargon. All the tweets are ones I sent or “retweeted” to the masses.
Leaving the TO: field clear on emails until ABSOLUTELY ready to send has saved me SO MANY TIMES.
— Casse No-sleep (@imthegirl) April 8, 2014
— Ryan D. Sullivan (@ryandonsullivan) April 9, 2014
NYTimes: Companies Built on Sharing Balk When It Comes to Regulatorshttp://t.co/v03JHAqMza
— Mark Root-Wiley (@MRWweb) April 22, 2014
That image getting resized on the #WordPress 3.9 Welcome screen has been my desktop for months. That was very very confusing for a moment.
— Mark Root-Wiley (@MRWweb) April 23, 2014
"[FB] pages are posting into nothingness, that kind of is frightening" – quote of the day regarding algorithem change pay to play on FB.
— Allyson Kapin (@WomenWhoTech) April 23, 2014
I just setup my new banner this morning.
Oi, Twitter, Facebook, GET A ROOM pic.twitter.com/D1Pxx3BCcv
— Matt Webb (@genmon) April 24, 2014
Map of the entire Internet in 1969 pic.twitter.com/U3Gu9Tpr5P
— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) April 26, 2014
User experience — The Beginner's Guide pic.twitter.com/MjJ7wlrdlP
— reasonsto (@reasonsto) April 26, 2014
Yes yes yes yes yes! "Getting started with web accessibility" http://t.co/iC3rt1BQyK
— Mark Root-Wiley (@MRWweb) April 29, 2014
How many do you know?
All the Dashes in Web Typography: http://t.co/E0ihY9Ou3m pic.twitter.com/W21Jh0oBu2
— Viljami Salminen (@viljamis) April 28, 2014