Fake Follow: January 2014

MRWweb Twitter Logo New year, new tweets! I was on vacation and skipped December’s “Fake Follow,” so I’ve got two months of tweets to catch you up on.

This month has more retweets than normal. I guess the people I follow were just really on their game.

And a quick aside: I started this series under the assumption that many of you blog readers don’t regularly follow me on Twitter. Is that true? You tell me! Take this two-question survey to help me figure out whether I should keep posting these once a month.

(RSS and Email readers will need to view this post online to take the poll. I’d appreciate it if you did.)

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.


 

This could potentially be a big deal for online fundraising, particularly due to the lack of a payment processing fee:

 

 

Long-time readers know how I feel about WorkFlowy. Then it got better…

 

If you don’t get it, read this:

 

This will be the entire subject of a future blog post:

 

Lorem Ipsum has no meaning but that doesn’t mean Google won’t try to translate it!

 

[sic]:

 

My neighborhood was at the top of list to get this :( No more…

 

Don’t miss this one! (If you don’t know, GitHub is a place for collaborative open source projects.)

https://twitter.com/bluelimemedia/status/426058163855441920

 

Turns out many style guides have no opinion on ordered list prefixes. Thanks, Wikipedia!

 

Sorry that you have to go to Instagram to see it, but it’s a beauty.

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