Saturday, October 10, 2009

Tweet digest

  • 08:35 Headline on @abcnews from 1998: Customers give big four banks the thumbs down. #groundhogday #
  • 08:37 Murdoch attacks Google: <- maybe all news ltd sites should opt to make themselves invisible to Google? :) #
  • 08:58 RT @OHnewsroom: Ed: "How's that story coming along?" Reporter: "It's almost done. I just have to write it." <-been there #
  • 09:44 RT @abcnews: @KevinRuddPM No, but what do you think about Obama's Nobel Peace Prize win? #
  • 10:58 Attn @KevinRuddPM @mediahunter @MC_LH @NBarton @emes el @chopperT @cold_shuga @sarahstyle @travelingcherie Twitter story: #
  • 10:59 RT @abcnews: PM turns to Twitter over Julia dilemma: :) #
  • 11:04 RT @stilgherrian: Kurt Vonnegut's 8 rules for writing a short story. #
  • 12:04 @wmyeoh How is it lazy? We're writing something extra that wouldn't have existed otherwise. We're not funnelling resources from Four Corners #
  • 12:05 @wmyeoh social media stories are a miniscule part of ABC News output. Wou ld you prefer we ignored it altogether? #
  • 12:09 @sarahstyle no worries. #
  • 12:18 @wmyeoh I guess the story is aimed more at people who don't use Twitter. I can understand that some Twitter users might think 'so what?' #
  • 12:20 @wmyeoh The other thing is that, even if you do use Twitter, doesn't mean you're across everything that's being said. #
  • 12:25 @wmyeoh We think it's interesting that he's using technology in this way. #
  • < li>12:32 @wmyeoh That's a great idea. I'll forward it to our News Online reporters (who don't work weekends) for followup during the week. #
  • 12:39 @wmyeoh No worries. Thanks for offering it. I think we do a pretty good job @abcnews, but nobody is perfect! :) #
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