TwitterDave Seah had a great post last night/early this morning on Twitter Productivity. I’m still trying to figure out how I want to use Twitter… That’s one of the cooler things about it: no two people use Twitter the same way. Some people use it to micro-blog, others use it to just update what they are doing, and others still use it to share news and events.

Some people don’t get Twitter and that’s alright. Those that do “get it” know that there isn’t anything to get: Twitter is whatever we want it to be. I suppose that’s why it’s so popular right now.

The real questions, though, are:

BTW, you can follow me on Twitter at


I’ve kind of gotten off-track with where I had hoped to take the site (again). It’s so easy to post Wiikly Updates and Heroes’ graphic novel stuff… It doesn’t require much thought (or time). I really need to refocus on what I want to do with this site. In the meantime…

Are you on VIRB° yet? I’ve been amazed at how quickly it’s taken off… Let’s face it… MySpace sucks, but for some awful reason it’s popular with all the cool kids *blech*. (I’ll never understand the success of MySpace.) VIRB° is much better. You’ve got complete control over your profile. You can create custom modules, modify existing modules, modify the page structure and CSS to your heart’s delight. It doesn’t require any sort of crappy “hack”, like what is required with MySpace. VIRB° was built with flexibility in mind. You can check me out on VIRB° at

I’ve also been using Twitter and Flickr more often. Now that I’m able to send and receive SMS/MMS messages on my cellphone, I’ve been posting tweets and moblog entries like mad! The fact that I can make posts whether I am tethered to a computer or not is definitely a bonus. Since it’s a lot easier for me to post on the go, you can be certain that you’ll see more content along those streams…



Use Twitter and own a Mac? Twitterific from the IconFactory is just what the doctor ordered!

Twitterrific is a fun little application that lets you both read and publish posts or “tweets” to the Twitter community website. The application’s user interface is clean, concise and designed to take up a minimum of real estate on your Mac’s desktop.

Now if only someone would port this over to the PC-side of life…