This is the first post in a series on how to get the most out of a Twitter as a new user. It is intended to be a very basic introduction on joining the site, its uses and getting started.
We have released this post to help new users get to grips with the site, which we believe has a number of uses to individuals and businesses alike.
We have published this in the run up to the Cornwall Twestival – a global event organised through Twitter to raise money for Charity:Water. The event promises to be an insightful and enjoyable get together of the diverse users (and potential users) of Twitter. For more information or to book a ticket please click here.
Cornish users of an internet based network are to take part in an international charity event taking place across 100 locations worldwide on the evening of Thursday 12th February 2009.
The Cornwall Twestival aims to bring together users of the social networking site, Twitter, which provides its members with opportunities to meet, discuss and share ideas through the posting of short messages over the internet.
It is great to see we already have a lot of interest in the Cornwall Twestival planned for the evening of 12th February. We are now looking to put together a working group to ensure the evening is a major success. We would love it if you could be involved.
Cornish Facebook users are being warned not to open suspicious links in their Facebook accounts after a Trojan virus made its way through the profiles of hundreds of users in the county.
Cornish web developers, UKNetWeb, have announced the speaker for their next monthly virtual conference session to be entitled ‘Insight: Convergence’.
South West Regional Development Agency (SWRDA), Innovation and Enterprise Convergence Manager, Josie Linton, will take the keynote speech with other members of SWRDA team supporting her at the conference. [More...]
The conference will take place online at 12.30pm on Tuesday 7th October. Guests can log in at anytime from 12 noon on the day by following instructions posted on the site http://www.uknetweb.com.