Written by | Posted September 8, 2015 – 9:51 pm Descent and Ascent

It didn’t take long to get from Thunder Bluff to the Echo Isles – Ankona took advantage of a wyvern so she could think and plan before getting to her destination. She had information to confirm with the spirits – was Gromnor dead? Was he really in the northern part of the Eastern Kingdoms, somewhere […]

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Tweet tweet twitter tweet!
comment 3 Written by on May 8, 2008 – 1:33 pm

So, some of you may have noticed the twitter widget over in my sidebar. What is twitter, you ask? Well, there are a few people that have explained it waaaay better than I can, but, in short, twitter is like microblogging.

Tweets are tiny, 140 character updates that happen between blog posts (which, if you’ve noticed, usually happen between 8 and 10am Central Time (GMT -6) around here). I use a program called Twhirl to update, but other programs exist (including TwitBin, a firefox plugin).

Matticus just posted about WoW Bloggers on Twitter – go check it out! And, if you like, you can follow me on twitter! Just be warned that sometimes I tweet about non-wow stuff.  *gasp!*

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3 Responses to “Tweet tweet twitter tweet!”

  1. I should really start using Twitter again…

  2. So, I see that you use WordPress like I do, so how do you get twitter to work properly? My updates aren’t showing up like they should be. I had to use the RSS feed trick to get Twitter up there in the first place (since WordPress doesn’t properly support Twitter).

    Are you doing anything special?

  3. I use the twitter plugin for wordpress that I downloaded from here:

    it’s not perfect – sometimes it’s a little hard to read, but it does update properly. You’ll have to put it straight in the plugins folder, not the widgets folder, for 2.5 wordpress. I”m kind of on the lookout for a new one though. 🙂

    By Anna on May 11, 2008 | Reply

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