Mac users: Do you want a crisper, cooler Twitter interface? Sure you do! And do you also have more than one Twitter account that you’d like to tweet from without signing in and out all day long (or paying for a service to do so)? Then Twitter must have made this update just for you! Looks like PC users have yet another reason to fuel that Mac envy. Read more
Twitter wants to make sure you didn’t miss any of the improvements it made to the microblogging platform during the first quarter of 2013, so it shared a summary of events, which we’ll . . . summarize for you below.
It’s actually a neat little list of ‘things you may have missed’ to give it a peek.
Do you post about the weather on Twitter? Or check Twitter during extreme weather to get the latest updates?
Twitter (and The Weather Channel) are counting on it. And they’ve devised a way to cash in, while giving advertisers more targeted bang for their buck.
Let’s just hope they’ve thought it through!
Complementing its earlier announcement on new Twitter card options, the microblogging platform is pushing its design enhancements into overdrive with newly announced mobile updates.
And this time they’re rolling it out to Android, iPhone and that entire mobile web at the same time – though you may have to wait a little bit regardless.
Twitter’s CEO is great at dodging IPO questions – so great, in fact, we’ve coined a new term: Costolo’d.
It means openly and unapologetically refusing to answer a question no matter how hard one is pressed. It isn’t elegant and it doesn’t even ATTEMPT to evade, it’s a bold (and mildly mocking) reiteration of whatever was said just before even though it so very obviously does not answer the question at hand.
Want to know when you’re being Costolo’d? Read on!
Twitter’s latest fun feature, the line break, has yet to catch on with mainstream Tweeple – but it will.
And when it does, it may break Twitter.
Twitter finally has a patent on Twitter – and although many are saying it will be easy to invalidate in court AND (besides that) Twitter is supposedly not interested in going on the ‘patent offense,’ some platform developers must be shaking in their old school sneakers.
And we’re guessing one very vocal anti-Twitter, Twitter is feeling a little sick: App.net.
Have you been wanting to download your Twitter archive, but your preferred language wasn’t supported?
Well, the English-only availability has been tweaked to include twelve more languages. No, one of them is not Esperanto. Listen closely and you’ll hear hipsters’ collective sigh as they play with their ironic mustaches.