Twitter Mosaic

I read about this neat little thing called the Twitter Mosaic in Jill Hurst-Wahl’s eNetworking 101 blog. Basically, what you do is click on the link above, put in your Twitter name, decide whether you want to see all the people who are following you or the people whom Twitter decides are your friends, and voila!

Anyway, this is what it looks like, which means this post is one of my shorter ones, since, it seems I have lots of friends. If you wish, you can click on any of the images you see to go to their Twitter page. Hope to see you here next time. By the way, I have way more followers than this, but leaving them all here makes this article way too long for no reason, plus it then starts bombing out with those folks who sign up to follow, then leave.

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13 comments on “Twitter Mosaic

    • Isn’t it something, Beverly? Just looking at all the faces, I couldn’t begin to know who any of these people were either.

  • Hey, it’s good to see that I am near the top there Mitch, not that I think that has anything to do with importance or anything, but it sure feels good to be on top of the heap. I know I haven’t got anywhere as many friends but then I ain’t bothered by so many tweeets either.

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  • Mitch,

    Wow – it sure looks as though you have a lot of followers. You must be very popular!

    I haven’t personally registered with twitter yet, but I must say that sounds like a very handy tool for those that make regular use of the platform.

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    • Andrew, I initially signed up for Twitter so I could get the word out on my blog postings. I’ve found that it’s been a neat tool to talk to people all around the world, including some very big time names, which is always neat. But it can also be an incredible time waster; I’ve overcome that piece. I have no idea why I have so many people following me, but I take it as a compliment.

  • Yeah, Willie follows me, I follow him,… not too shabby. When are you going to start doing something with Twitter, my man?

  • Mitch,

    The potential of Twitter to consume a large amount of one’s time has been the predominate reason why I have held off in registering so far.

    Personally, I have devoted almost all of my spare time toward the development of blog posts and commenting on other blogs, and otherwise attempting to maintain a somewhat healthy lifestyle in the offline world.

    I will probably register with Twitter at some stage, although spending a great deal of time on it will not be a particularly high priority for me personally.

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    • Andrew, if the only reason you joined Twitter was to be able to post when you’ve written a new blog post, that would possibly help to spread the word about your blog and get you some kind of activity. Overall, it works best with some kind of give and take, and you’re right, it is easy to get lost in it at times. But I’ve found that since I started using TweetDeck, which I have a post about here, thus allowing me to select specifically who I want to make sure I follow, it’s reduced the time I’m on, which lets me get to other stuff. In other words, if you use Twitter only as a tool, there are benefits to be had.

  • I did a Twitter mosaic a while back.. it’s a fun way to give your Twitter followers a showcase on your site. 🙂

    ~ Kristi

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    • You’re right, Kristi, but at the same time, I had to think about whether it was too goofy to do or not. But it’s me, so I went on with it.

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