Tag Archives: Twitter


I am about to finish another semester of school. Of course, school has given me many things to think about. One of the things I am thinking about is why I started working on The Digital Guerrilla Project. A couple of years ago I noticed how technology can help regular people coordinate and control popular […]

Christopher Dorner: Asymmetrical Warrior

For the last several weeks I have been following the story of Christopher Dorner. When the murders of Monica Quon and Keith Lawrence were announced on or about February 3, 2013, I did not realize that this would be the beginning of an incredible story that touches on all of the subjects I have been […]

The Power of Twitter

I was reading Slate today when I came across something interesting in a blog post in future tense. The post was titled: “Teens Hate Twitter, World Leaders Love It.” Writer Will Oremus reports, obviously, that teens hate Twitter and world leaders love it. The important thing is the world leaders part. A group called the […]


I don’t normally follow regular politics on this blog, but President Obama did something that I found very interesting today. He urged people to contact their congressional representatives in regards to middle class tax cuts. This is not unusual in itself, he often tells people to contact congressional representatives in regard to specific issues. What […]

I am FINALLY using Twitter, Part II

I just finished reading a book, “The Tao of Twitter,” by Mark W. Schaefer. As I related a post or two ago, I bought a book to help me figure out Twitter. I chose very well. Mr. Schaefer writes that you become a successful Twitterer by targeting connections, providing meaningful content, and offering authentic help. […]

I am FINALLY using Twitter

So, my wife and I were talking to Emily, my 19 year old niece, yesterday. She was telling us about how she uses Twitter and how she rarely uses Facebook anymore. We pulled out our iPhones and each followed Emily on Twitter. Then we both got to using it. My wife jumps in headfirst and […]