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Originally posted on puzzle pieces:
I follow. A DM informs me the person I followed uses TrueTwit. I unfollow. And so goes the cycle, where one person, in an effort…

February 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Google’s false mirror: when automatic “content optimization” algorithms get it wrong.

I have had a couple of frustrating experiences recently on Google Plus. Namely, my content feed was showing me articles and suggesting content, most of it political, that not only … Continue reading

November 7, 2013 · Leave a comment

TrueTwit: From tragedy to farce.

This article is a follow-up to my original article, published in January, about “TrueTwit Validation Service,” the world’s most-hated Twitter app. I wrote that article in a momentary fit of … Continue reading

October 31, 2013 · 8 Comments

Is this blog worth it? The existential crisis of the author website.

At the risk of seeming melodramatic and narcissistic, I’d like to talk to you all about this site and what’s going on here, because, to be honest with you, I’m … Continue reading

October 8, 2013 · 3 Comments

9 Things Authors Should Never Do on Twitter

Originally posted on Savvy Writers & e-Books online:
. . If you want to become popular on Twitter and have your tweets go viral, avoid these errors, and check out…

September 17, 2013 · 1 Comment

Sean’s Twitter Primer for Authors…And Readers, Part I: Following and Followers.

I’m a little hesitant to put up this blog, because when I started this site I had a firm rule: “No social media advice.” It seems like everybody and their … Continue reading

March 21, 2013 · Leave a comment

The Tragedy of TrueTwit.

Dear Fellow Author on Twitter: I’m writing this open letter to you because I just received a direct message from you saying, “[your name] uses TrueTwit Validation Service. Please click … Continue reading

January 30, 2013 · 31 Comments

How To Be a Historical Figure On Twitter: A Few Tips.

  Twitter is in an interesting phase of its life-cycle. We’re long past the birth pangs and growing pains, and thank God we don’t have to see any more “Twitter … Continue reading

March 10, 2011 · 4 Comments

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