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I have Kristine Smith's able recommendation of an earlier version of Tweetdeck for optimal use -- but I have a friend who needs a rec. She's not tech-savvy, but she is a very smart lady. I'd like to find the best easy-use product for her, and at least look at it before trying to set her up with it. (If I cannot really get a hard look at it, I'll have to go meet with her in another city and set the sucker up.) Still haven't found a 15" MacBook Pro in my price range. Will look again after returning from the Oklahoma trip. I'll be examining on PC, if I can.

Are you on Tweetdeck? Do you prefer a different management for ease of use? She travels worldwide, so being able to access from her laptop anywhere would be a plus. Ease of posting from her phone would be great, but I don't think she wants to manage from her phone. (I'd like her to have that option, but don't want to make this onerous. I want her to enjoy figuring out how Twitter can be useful and fun.)

She teaches seminars worldwide. Let's bring her gently into Twitterdom!
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I can't control the number of tweets shown, and I don't want a block of ten tweets visually dropped into the journal once a day. So -- Find me here.

Scoping out Tumblr. Either I haven't caught on to dropping images in the theme I chose, or this theme is not working out!

Tired. It was eight out of ten throws with that web site, and it was a close-run thing.

Tomorrow cooking and Allie.

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Apr. 24th, 2012 12:00 pm
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Apr. 23rd, 2012 12:00 pm
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Apr. 22nd, 2012 12:00 pm
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Apr. 20th, 2012 12:00 pm
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Apr. 19th, 2012 03:06 am
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I ask because I have no memory of adding someone, who has suddenly exploded as a tweeter. And this person does not seem to be selling anything, so probably not a spammer.
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To see if tweets are going in the right direction again!
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I no longer have double posts over at Facebook -- but now my Tweets are posting here at Live Journal, which I did not tell it to do?

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Oct. 18th, 2011 01:43 pm
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Oct. 18th, 2011 02:40 am
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In case you have missed this discussion -- here is a good explanation of why the cross-posting of "locked" links, whether the original post OR COMMENTS to it, should never, ever happen. I checked very carefully when I did the initial link between LJ and Facebook to make sure that locked posts never traveled across that link.

The minute I find out that a locked post has been violated, there won't be any more private posts, period. Only public ones. The public post link-up was a big help when I was not well enough to remember to go to multiple places. I would hate to see LJ outlive its usefulness, because then I'd have to go build a private blog. But that could happen.

That explanation:

http://siderea.livejournal.com/795506.html
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C.F. Bentley Twitter Fic Contest at BookViewCafe.com

To celebrate the release of C.F. Bentley’s book Enigma, BookViewCafe.com (BVC) will be holding its fourth twitter fic contest August 11 through 13. BVC members Phyllis Irene Radford, Jennifer Stevenson, and Sarah Zettel will be judging the contest. First place will win a signed hardcover copy of Enigma. Second place winner will receive a paperback copy of Harmony, the first book in the series.

The theme of the contest is: "Spiders and Space Stations."

Rules are online at http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.php/BVC-Twitter-Fic-Contest-4-Enigma

The contest will be held at BVC's Twitter site: http://twitter.com/bookviewcafe/

BVC's wildly successful first three twitter fic contests were held earlier this year in celebration of member Pati Nagle's release of “The Betrayal,” P.R. Frost’s release of “Faery Moon,” and Maya Kaathryn Bohnhof’s release of “Laldasa: Beloved Slave.”

Enigma continues the story of Jake and Sissy seeking a peaceful way to bring Harmony back into galactic society.

C.F. Bentley is the pen name of BVC member Phyllis Irene Radford. Visit Radford’s bookshelf at: http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.php/Phyllis-Irene-Radford/
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Book View Cafe Holds Twitter-Fic contest.

BookViewCafe.com is holding its very first Twitter-Fic contest! The task: To write a complete story incorporating the contest theme in one tweet (126 characters or fewer). The prize: An autographed copy of Pati Nagle's brand new release THE BETRAYAL. The judges: A crack team of noted authors: Pati Nagle, Jennifer Stevenson and Sarah Zettel. Stories will be judged on creative use of the theme and the medium.

The Theme: Elf meets Vampire

The timeline: The contest opens at 9 am EST Friday April 10 and closes 9pm Sunday April 12.

Where: Twitter: http://twitter.com/bookviewcafe

THE RULES:

1) Up to five entries per twitterer.
2) One tweet per entry.
3) All work must be original to the twitterer.
4) No obscenity. If you can't say it on network TV between the hours of 10pm-12pm you can't say it here.
5) No late entries will be considered.
6) No early entries will be considered.
7) Tweet your entry @bookviewcafe (type "@bookviewcafe" and a space, then your story, into your update box). All entries must BEGIN with @bookviewcafe.

Once the contest begins, the entries may be viewed at http://search.twitter.com/search?q=+to%3Abookviewcafe

New on Twitter and need help? Check http://help.twitter.com/forums/10711/entries/13920

Need more info? Contact BookViewCafe.com: http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.php/Contact-Us

GOOD LUCK!

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