Fifty million Tweets a day.
As a result, Baio got a few hate tweets with a couple of death threats thrown in for good measure.
Chachi (Google it if you don't get the reference) then retorted with a few tweets of his own and so began Scott Baio's Twitter rage.
Sheen tweets regularly via his official Twitter account @charliesheen to more than four million followers as well as updating his website with regular appearance information and commentary.
It gives you nearly the same level of functionality as a desktop client, including the ability to read replies, post tweets, and more.
On the chance you've missed the plethora of raves, jokes and Tweets, a Snuggie, designed by Allstar Products, is a fleece blanket with sleeves.
Twitter: Avatar has joined the popular Twitter craze; there is a link to where you can view the movie's Twitter page here and get regular tweets about what is going on.
While you can certainly send them both messages (tweets), they are likely inundated with questions from fans and may not get back to you.
Take phasers as an example; Trekkies know these weapons are more sophisticated than the ray guns of Flash Gordon days, but when Twitter Tweets tell us that "Lab worms are stunned by 'phaser'" that's big news worth checking into.
Stay tuned for 12 second video workout tweets.
Tweets are messages, containing 140 characters or less, that people send out over the social networking site Twitter.
Tweets can contain anything from an update on what you're doing, to an interesting link that you think others would enjoy.
There are similarities between sending tweets through Twitter and blogging, such as the ability to control the topics you discuss, representing brands or services, and creating a niche for your readers or followers.
Once you join, you can search to find people whose tweets you'd like to follow, and others will follow yours as well.
The ways in which tweets can be used are constantly evolving, but the main draw is that it's a wonderfully easy way to keep up with those you know, and meet new people who share your interests.
When you've started to follow others on the Twitter network, you'll begin receiving their tweets on your home page.
Tweets are posted in real time, and you can respond to others by clicking on the small arrow on the right hand side of their tweets, and then typing your message in the text box.
When you sign up and start Twittering, your tweets are made public and are both presented briefly on the home page of the site, and searchable by other users.
If a user tries to follow your tweets, you will have to give permission before they can see anything you've written.
Hashtags are added to tweets with a number sign in front of their name.
So, if you're tweeting about tweets, you'd begin or end your post with #tweets.
Twittering is said to go on after church services -- kind of like a coffee hour -- as others respond with other tweets.
The most basic widgets attach to your desktop and allow you to receive posts from those you follow and let you post tweets.
Twitterrific isn't heavy on features but is very stable, so if you want to view and post your own tweets, then this is the program for you.
This app works within the Google desktop for quick and convenient ways read and post tweets.
For example, if you play the game Second Life, then you can download an application that runs within Second Life and keeps track of Tweets from the game's users within the game.
Also, you can find games that use "tweets" to play.
Twitterfountain: This application combines tweets and Flickr images that have the same metatags (keywords).
The tweets rise in front of the picture.
Twitter Opera Widget: If you use the Opera Web Browser, then you can download a widget that is embedded within the browser to post and read tweets.
You can search and even save different tweets.
At the very least it makes the viewers who do twitter question their "tweets" and wonder whether they are actually useful or relevant.
Twitter has a "search" feature that allows people to check out what kinds of tweets are being posted about any subject.
The Twitter Tracker voice insisted that not only was Twitter a great thing, but the celebrity tweets that Conan was deriding were actually messages of the highest importance.
Instead it is a joke about the banality of some of the "celebrity" tweets - Jessica Simpson breaking a heel, for example, or Ashton Kutcher going to the grocery store for salad.
The Twitter Tracker voice reads these with the impact of a movie preview voice, insisting over Conan's objection again and again that these tweets have value.
Substituting all-caps for shouting, the same overwhelming hyperbole slamming the tweets of celebrities goes on 24/7.
SocialOomph helps you automate your Twitter account by providing ways to schedule tweets, manage new and old followers, and even provides methods to manage multiple Twitter accounts at once.
TwittEarth is a fascinating and very innovative 3D model of live Tweets from all around the world on a visual representation of the planet Earth.
The "#" is a hash tag symbol that links to other "tweets" that are based on the same keyword.
In the upper right menu bar you'll find your picture, name, number of people following you, the number of followers you have and your total number of tweets.
Favorites is the page that lists your favorite Tweets that you clicked on the star symbol next to them, because you liked the Tweet and wanted to save it.
These stories should serve as a reminder that you should treat your tweets as though you were sharing the information with the entire world - because you are.
There are two basic techniques in knowing how to schedule tweets.
Depending on what you use Twitter for is how to schedule your tweets.
In order to use Twitter efficiently and effectively, you should schedule tweets.
Uploading your tweets automatically every few minutes or so makes it harder for your followers to keep up with your communication.
Scheduling tweets gives readers a chance to enjoy timely posts.
The best way to do that is to know when you posts your updates and have regularly scheduled tweets.
If your tweets have no set topic, just write in your calendar "Send Twitter update" or something similar.
You can schedule tweets a day, a week or even a month out.
The program will upload your tweets whether you are at the computer or not.
To help you organize future tweets and plan ideas out ahead of time.
Social Oomph not only sends future tweets for you, but it will automatically shorten URLs, follow Twitterers that follow you and unfollows users that delete you from their profile.
Social Oomph can also find tweets and users who post similar posts based on the topics you write about.
Use AutoTweeter to do the basics like setting up future posts or to do advanced tasks like automatic "quick tweets."
Twaitter is a Java-based Twitter client that lets you schedule future tweets and keep track of them on their Tweet Calendar.
One unique feature is that you can write a bunch of tweets and upload them in Twaitter's special file format and the service will schedule the posts and truncate them as needed.
These text messages are called "tweets" and are sent or received either by cell phone or computer.
If you opt in to receiving the tweets by cell phone, make sure you have unlimited text messaging.
The majority of Bill Gates tweets have to do with social problems.
Before the real Bill Gates joined Twitter there was an imposter sending out tweets claiming he was Bill Gates.
Twitter keeps a history of all of past tweets.
It is fun to go back and read the past Tweets of celebrities on Twitter, Bill Gates is no exception.
However, Gates is different, nearly all of Bill Gates' tweets have a social statement with a link to an article featured on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation website, which is a charitable organization.
People who didn't follow the original tweets often have a hard time reading the Twitter novel on the SmallPlaces page, because the lines are all in reverse order.
Félix Fénéon, on the other hand, doesn't try to create a single novel via his tweets -- rather, his stream is a place for "poems and novels and novels he never otherwise wrote."
Once you join Twitter, you can follow other people like friends, co-workers, family, and even celebrities, and keep up with their tweets through your homepage.
Tweets from these folks will appear chronologically.
Replying to tweets can be tricky for beginners.
Your tweets also show up in your own timeline along with tweets from the people you follow.
Tweets can only be up to 140 characters long, and that includes spaces and links.
You'll see recent mentions of that topic in tweets by a variety of people, and you'll also get results for people or businesses whose Twitter accounts revolve around that term.
It takes time, and sometimes it may seem random, but you'll accumulate more followers as people retweet your tweets, or people just stumble across your tweets in searches of their own.
However, you will find the option to protect your tweets from prying eyes if you don't want just anyone reading them.
While Twitter itself is very easy to register for and use, there are a few things that are handy to know before you jump in and start sending tweets.
It's better, however, to read some other tweets first and see which ones interest you.
Try to model your own tweets after these, giving them your own spin.
You don't have to remember the codes to make the images in your tweets because a floating box pops up and lets you click on the heart, smiley, flower, or other symbol you want.
To search for people whose tweets interest you (and who may follow you back once you click to follow them), you can enter a name into the search box at the top of the page.
You can, of course, break what you want to say up into multiple tweets, but to save your followers the trouble of having to locate all of the related tweets in their timelines.
You'll only have 140 characters for replies, just like when you send out your regular tweets.
Followers who visit your profile page will also be able to able to see your favorite tweets.
Locate the user in your Followers or Following list or click on their name within one of their tweets.
Instead of making friends on Twitter, those you connect with are referred to as "followers." When you follow someone, you've basically signed up to get their tweets on your own homepage.
Make your own tweets interesting and interactive, which will encourage discussion with others.
Retweeting encourages others to retweet your own links and tweets.
Your tweets will have to be public for this to work, but you can share your tweets on your LinkedIn page when you add your Twitter account to LinkedIn.
You can then either share your tweets right on your LinkedIn profile or choose to keep them hidden from that page, leaving just a link to your Twitter account where people can go to find more.
However, unless you remember to make your tweets private in general on Twitter, whenever you do publish your check-ins, everyone who stumbles across your account will be able to see where you are (or aren't!) in real time.
They even created their own hash tag (a Twitter convention that designates tweets on a particular subject).
Any employee who sends a message via Twitter to help a customer is tagged with "#twelpforce" and then all the tweets are collected in their Best Buy Connect website.
HPSCRT: A Twitter trend is determined by the sudden increase in the rate of tweets for a particular topic.
LTK: What advice can you give our readers for getting their tweets picked up as trends?
She does this through very strategic blog posts, tweets, and a genuine response to the voice of the target market.
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