This is my most recent Tweet:
Bah! Still working on twitter entry on 23 things. I’m hopeful that I will get it done tonight.
Even though I’ve had a Twitter account for a while I haven’t done much with it, which was exceedingly clear when I read all the things that can be done with it. Using the Twitter Search service and the @[enter person’s ID here] was a great tip. I even found a tweet directed at me from a friend that I had missed a month ago.
There are so many services that build on Twitter’s platform to provide rich functionality. I didn’t use Twitter much until I began to use the social bookmarking site called Diigo. It is like Delicious but has added features including a box that you can click which will send the item you’ve bookmarked to your Twitter account too. Very cool.
I use Twitter as another holding space for cool links I find. Libraries can use it this way too. It is also really useful as an outreach device for new services, events and featured items. Llibraries could also collect other relevant Twitter accounts for their users. I found that the Minneapolis/St Paul Business Journal has a Twitter account to send out news updates which could be very useful to Business professors and students.