But then I began taking social media more seriously and noticed how noisy and confusing it can be to see bits and pieces of a Twitter conversation on your FB wall. It’s confusing enough on Twitter.
So I disabled Twitter updates. There was no real value in it anyway, except that aggregating gives me a sense of covering all my basis, but in the Twitter / FB situation it was false.
Selective Twitter, on the other hand, does add value. It allows you to update your status with the Tweets you choose, by adding #fb to the end of the Tweet.
And adding the app is dead simple.
Just activate in Facebook and add your Twitter user name:
Your Twitter update ends up on your Facebook status, wall and public stream.
I was a Facebook snob until I realized 95% of the new musicians I find online have a MySpace page.
It really sucks tripping on excellent music without having time to listen. So I got a MySpace profile and now when I find someone cool, I just go to their page and add them – listen later.
I’ve yet to be rejected. In fact, hip-hop and electronic artists are starting to add me!
And I only have musicians as friends, no ‘real’ ones.
Keeps it real.
SOURCE FOR DAN AUERBACH: VSL
This is the funniest Twitter page I’ve seen this month.