Christina Norman (@truffle) is currently working for Bioware. She designs Mass Effect games. Here are her tweets livereporting Game Developers Conference 2011, particularly about player retention in social games.
Christina Norman (@truffle) is currently working for Bioware. She designs Mass Effect games. Here are her tweets livereporting Game Developers Conference 2011, particularly about understanding and implementing behavioral economics in game development.
Tweet of the day by @katarangga:
Good guys go to heaven with 40 virgins. Bad guys go to hell with 40 experienced playmates.
There are countless Twitter clients and Twitter third apps. Many articles on the internet have mentioned them all. Ironically, the one being overlooked for so long has been Twitter Text, which in fact is the original way to send tweets.
The most universally hated creature in Twitterverse is arguably the fatty failwhale. When she shows up, it means Twitter is down. When she appears on home page, we can’t tweet at all. Refreshing is a must, doing it along with crossing fingers is recommended. TWITTER FAILWHALE SUCKS.
But then, I wonder, what could have caused it in first place?
Read more to find out.
I joined Twitter 9 months ago. Twitter on Day 1 confused me. I didn’t know how to read time line, I didn’t know what (or even where!) the buttons are for: RT, reply, update, etc.
So I have learned Twitter from the scratch. After understanding its basic functions, I’ve tried countless Twitter clients, including those available only in smartphones (I borrowed my friends’ only to get a taste on Twitter clients, LOL).
I’ve grown so big of a love for Twitter. Kinda addicted to it, I guess. But then…
I realized my Twitter name, @dianarakeren, was a really bad one. For 3 reasons I despised it:
1. It’s not memorable
2. It’s too damn long
3. It’s not easy to pronounce in both Bahasa Indonesia and English
Now, lemme explain to you why a long Twitter name is bad.
Go on, keep reading!