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Follow TomographyBlog on Twitter December 26, 2008

Posted by tomography in Nuclear Medicine.

Twitter is a so called microblogging service that allows users to notify each other via short 140 character long messages. It is very similar to sending text messages (SMS) on your mobile phone.

Twitter.comIf you are using the Flock browser, Twitter can run right in your browser under the “people” tab and notify you of new activity with just a convinient flash of a button.

It is more convinient than blogging for the blogger because he or she does not have to write long sentences, and it is convinient for the reader because he or she may get the information quicker with less reading, or if you turn this sentence around, one may get more information within the same timeframe.

You may follow my activities and cathch-up with all the recent news on TomographyBlog using Twitter by adding yourself to my list. Just click on this link, and then click “follow” if you already have a Twitter account.

I am eager to read about what is happening to you!

– Andras



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