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If it looks like a phish, swims like a phish, and sounds like a phish, then it probably is a phish

Filed under: Phishing,Security,Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 8:51 am on Friday, February 7, 2014

What would you do if you got an email like this? If you practice “safe-hex” you would know not to click on the link to confirm your email address – to anybody, any time. Not your bank, not the government, not any business, and not Network Solutions. But that’s who sent me this email – […]

Sprint HTC Mogul – one week out

Filed under: Gadgets,HTC,HTC Mogul,Sprint,Twitter,Windows Mobile — spiderwebwoman at 7:36 pm on Tuesday, May 6, 2008

I love this phone. I know you’re not supposed to love inanimate objects, but I do love this phone. I can do so much more with than I could with my (separate) cell phone and iPaq. I’ve set up two email accounts, synced it with Outlook for my Contacts and Calendar, and configured my Windows […]

New resource for the Expression Web Community

Filed under: Expression Web,Microsoft,MVP Summit,Twitter,wiki — spiderwebwoman at 2:12 pm on Sunday, April 27, 2008

For the last couple months I’ve been working on a project that launched the week of the 2008 MVP Global Summit. It’s a new resource for Microsoft Expression Web users – the Expression Web Wiki. The wiki was ‘seeded’ with content from the Expression Web Help Files, but as most wikis go, it’s up for […]

Finally made the decision – getting a Sprint HTC Mogul on Wednesday!

Filed under: Gadgets,HP iPaq rx3715,Sprint,Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 12:41 pm on Sunday, April 27, 2008

For quite a while now, I’ve wanted to go from two devices to one. I’m using an HP iPaq rx3715 for my Calendar and Contacts, and a Sprint Samsung A920 cell phone. After going around and around with all the options available with Sprint, I’ve finally chosen the Sprint HTC Mogul. It’s got all the […]

MVP Twitter War in Seattle

Filed under: MVP Program,MVP Summit,Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 4:16 pm on Sunday, April 13, 2008

So far there are two groups set up on Twitter for the MVP Global Summit – @msmvpgroup and @mvp08 Follow either to keep up with the MVPs at the Summit. I think @mvp08 will win out because it’s shorter – easier for texting and TinyTwitter.

Should I or shouldn’t I?

Filed under: Gadgets,Social Networking,Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 7:40 pm on Sunday, March 23, 2008

I was having a conversation today with a Twitter friend about cellphones – my Sprint contract expired this week – and we were discussing the BlackBerry. I took a look at what Sprint has to offer – the only BlackBerry they have with a camera is the BlackBerry Pearl. My friend said the thing she […]

Twitter in Plain English

Filed under: Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 11:57 am on Saturday, March 8, 2008

If you are having a hard time explaining to your friends what Twitter is all about, this video might help. [YouTube:ddO9idmax0o]  

Twitter makes it easier to reply to people you are following – Swoosh!!

Filed under: Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 2:16 pm on Friday, February 15, 2008

 See the Swoosh?   We added a little swoosh icon after updates in your timeline. Clicking it inserts @username into the update field so you can react more easily to a person you’re following. Twitter Blog: See the Swoosh?

Top 10 reasons why twitter keeps going down

Filed under: Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 4:42 pm on Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Loren Heiny has posted his list of the Top ten reasons why Twitter keeps going down – personally I believe No. 1 and No. 2 say it all: 1. Everyone knows that Robert Scoble has almost 5,000 followers on twitter. Well, it turns out that he finally decided to reach out to all his following […]

ShelIsrael writes An Open Letter to the Twitter Guys

Filed under: Twitter — spiderwebwoman at 7:30 pm on Friday, January 25, 2008

RE: Fix it before we nix it Ev/Biz, people are talking. This last “scheduled maintenance schedule for prime time i your prime market, got moved and when you finally did it, the end result was that things were more of a mess than they were before. Tweeters are talking mostly about Twitter and they are […]