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[豆知识] 【整理】2009-04-12&04-18 Twitter—沟通零距离

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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2009-4-12 14:26 编辑


  So what are you doing? It's one of the first questions we often asked friends and family. Even if the answer is just mowing the lawn or cooking dinner, it's interesting to us. It makes us feel connected and part of each other's lives. Unfortunately, most of our day-to-day life are hidden from people that care. Of course, we have e-mail and blogs and phones to  keep us connected, but you wouldn't send an e-mail to a friend to tell him you're having coffee. Your friend doesn't need to know that. But what about people that want to know about the little things that happen in your life? Real life happens between blog posts and e-mails, and now there is a way to share---this is Twitter in Plain English. Thanks to Twitter, it's possible to share short, by-sized updates about your life and follow people that matter to you via the web. Here is how it works.
  Mechole, she is addicted to her mobile phone, reads blogs every day and has contacts all over the world. She heard about Twitter and was skeptical. After some of her friends couldn't stop talking about it, she gave it a try. She signed it for free and saw the Twitter pages looked a little like blogs with very short posts. Each page is just personal and has updates from friends. She got started by looking up her friends on Twitter.com. After finding a few,she clicked "follow" to start to see their updates on her Twitter page. Within hours, she began to see different sides of people she chose to follow. She didn't know that Steven in Seattle was a baseball fan, or that Julia in London was reading a new investment book. The little messages from Twitter painted a picture of her friends, family and co-workers that she'd never seen before. It was the real world! Soon she became a fan of Twitter and posted updates every day. Her friends followed her updates and learned she recently dicovered a passion for vanHeiland. They could see Mechole's life between blog posts and e-mails. For Mechole, Twitter worked because it was simple. The updates were always short---under 140 characters. Plus, she could post updates and follow her friends using the Twitter website, software on her browser, a mobile phone or SIM messages. By asking members to answer the question what are you doing, Mechole found Twitter brought her closer to the people that matter to her,140 characters that's
at a time.
  Find out what your friends are doing at Twitter.com.


//你好,改错人了哦,现改为HW。   ---- jessiyear

HW

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2009-4-12 23:35 编辑

So what are you doing? It's one of the first questions we often ask of friends and family. Even if the answer is just mowing the lawn or cooking dinner, it's interesting to us. It makes us feel connected and part of each other's lives. Unfortunately, most of our day-to-day lives are hidden from people that care. Of course, we have e-mail and blogs and phones to  keep us connected, but you wouldn't send an e-mail to a friend to tell him you're having coffee. Your friend doesn't need to know that. But what about people that want to know about the little things that happened in your life? Real life happens between blog posts and e-mails, and now there is a way to share---this is Twitter in Plain English. Thanks to Twitter, it's possible to share short, by-sized updates about your life and follow the updates of people that matter to you via the web. Here is how it works.
  Mechole, she is addicted to her mobile phone, reads blogs every day and has contacts all over the world. She heard about Twitter and was skeptical. After some of her friends couldn't stop talking about it, she gave it a try. She signed it for free and saw the Twitter pages looked a little like blogs with very short posts. Each page is just personal and has updates from friends. She got started by looking up her friends on Twitter.com. After finding a few,she clicked "follow" to start seeing their updates on her Twitter page. Within hours, she began to see different sides of people she chose to follow. She didn't know that Steven in Seattle was a baseball fan, or that Julia in London was reading a new investment book. The little messages from Twitter painted a picture of her friends, family and co-workers that she'd never seen before. It was the real world! Soon she became a fan of Twitter and posted updates every day. Her friends followed her updates and learned she recently dicovered a passion for vanHeiland. They could see Mechole's life between blog posts and e-mails. For Mechole, Twitter worked because it was simple. The updates were always short---under 140 characters. Plus, she could post updates and follow her friends using the Twitter website, software on her browser, a mobile phone or SIM messages. By asking members to answer the question what are you doing, Mechole found Twitter brought her closer to the people that matter to her,140 characters that's at a time.
  Find out what your friends are doing at Twitter.com.

//你好,该错人了哦,改为HW。 请遵守听写规则,按阶梯式改稿。   ---- jessiyear
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