Why do we actually need a Junk email folder? Hmmm… Stupid question, right? The Junk folder separates all that annoying spam from the stuff we want to read. It’s the dustbin into which the useless rubbish is dumped. Consequently, the Junk folder is entirely necessary. Or is it?… Continue reading Why Junk and Spam Email Folders Are a Brainwash
Establishing a profile on the Internet is generally very rewarding. But as your online presence gains greater visibility, you may increasingly find yourself beset with approaches from people you’d rather be harpooned up the backside than accommodate in their self-serving requests. Continue reading Serving the Self-Servers: Profiting From Unsolicited Online Contact
It comprises only 160 characters, but the Twitter bio is really important for those who want to use the site meaningfully. A good bio can not only attract good followers – it can also prompt them to engage. Continue reading 10 Mistakes You Should Not Make In Your Twitter Bio
I must admit, when I heard last autumn that Twitter was experimenting with a higher character limit for tweets, my first thought was: “Probably won’t happen”. This was, however, quickly followed by a second thought of: “If it does happen, the site had better brace itself for the DMCA notices”. Now it looks fairly likely that the tweet character limit will be increased, that nagging issue of copyright infringement still looks to be one of the biggest talking points for the long term. But will this be an entirely negative debate, or could a higher character limit actually create better conditions for copyright holders in some cases? Continue reading How Will a Higher Tweet Character Limit Affect Copyright Infringement on Twitter?