Neat little plug-in for Windows Live Writer. Send a Tweet announcing your newly published blog post.
TweetMyPC v2.0 lets you shutdown/restart/LogOff and lots more in your windows PC.remotely.
There was pretty good coverage of MMS 2009 from the Twitter perspective this year – MUCH better than last year. Its still increasing, just as Twitter’s popularity is increasing.
Dave grabs the stats and talks about the Twitter activity at MMS 2009. Of course, *someone* has to set the example.
What is Twitter?
A bunch of folks have asked me recently about “who” to follow at MMS, and “how” to do it. I just saw today that Stefan has already taken the time to put this information together. Great job, Stefan!
So, as to not duplicate the wheel, check out Stefan’s blog post:
Today, Stefan Stranger posted a good start for a list of System Center tweeters on Twitter.
I’ve been tweeting quite a bit, lately, just to connect with other folks in the System Center community – well, along with other interesting folks, too.
It’s fun. Definitely not a work-related activity, except for the announcements that come through about System Center products, and tweets from live events like TechEd.
You might give it a try.
Stefan has a good start of folks who are worthy of “following” and also some links to tips on how to get started and also how to work the technology. If you search around a bit, you’ll find some names you recognize.
As Stefan says: “Warning! It’s addictive!”
And, it is. For example, I’m charging my mobile device right now just so I can tweet from an overnight camping trip I’m taking with my youngest son tonight. I may even send along some photos.