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Obvious-Backed Branch Comes Out Of Public Beta To Foster Conversations Online

techcrunch.com
Back in March, Obvious Corporation, the mini accelerator founded by Biz Stone, Ev Williams and early Twitter employee Jason Goldman, announced its second incubation in Branch, a stealth startup co-founded by developers Josh Miller, Cemre Güngöre, and Hursh Agrawal. Branch was — in their words — on a mission “to...
Obvious-Backed Branch Comes Out Of Public Beta To Foster Conversations Online

The Future of the Non-Profit Internet

mashable.com
Geoff Livingston co-founded Zoetica to focus on cause-related work, and released an award-winning book on new media Now is Gone in 2007.Earlier this month, Pew Internet released its annual Future of the Internet report. The survey of 900 leaders forecasts the future direction of online media. In turn non-profit...
The Future of the Non-Profit Internet

RT @hertling: Full notes from Customer Support in a 140 character world http://bit.ly/bHBpYa #140cs #sxswi

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RT @hertling: Full notes from Customer Support in a 140 character world http://bit.ly/bHBpYa #140cs #sxswi

RT @caro: I'm on a #sxsw panel next Monday, "Customer Support in a 140-Character World," with @comcastcares @jowyang and more: http://bit.ly/ak44Tc

plancast.com
RT @caro: I'm on a #sxsw panel next Monday, "Customer Support in a 140-Character World," with @comcastcares @jowyang and more: http://bit.ly/ak44Tc

Twitter and Telegraph hacks, no longer tweethearts? | Media Monkey

www.guardian.co.uk
Over to Her Majesty's Daily Telegraph, where hard-pressed hacks have apparently been commandeered onto Twitter and told to update their followers regularly with pithy missives. Forget the deadlines, which look decidedly old-school in a 140-character world: reporters are now required to tweet an average of once an hour, with editors...
Twitter and Telegraph hacks, no longer tweethearts? | Media Monkey
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