Thoughts on Twitter’s upcoming redesign

September 16, 2010
What people are saying about upcoming Twitter redesign
Network World
Paul McNamara shares some thoughts on Twitter’s upcoming redesign.

“Richard MacManus at ReadWriteWeb says the changes are not aimed at Twitter’s power users: ‘Twitter is doing this because it has struggled to get normal everyday people to tweet. But there is hope for Twitter yet, because YouTube has proven that a Social Web service can have a consumption focus and still achieve mega success. Twitter is trying to take its site to YouTube’s level of popularity.’”

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RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300
Register Hardware
Dave Oliver offers his take on RIM’s BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 smartphone.

“You can multitask with the Curve 3G, and while the operating system is generally nippy, it can start to feel the heat if you have several functions working simultaneously. Messaging is, of course, at the Curve 3G’s core and it isn’t lacking in options for e-mail (very easy to set up and use) with the option to incorporate all your messages into a universal inbox, including Facebook and Twitter messages (direct messages though, not updates).”

Cisco to pay divvy in 2011
The Register
Timothy Prickett Morgan outlines Cisco’s dividend plans for next year.

“John Chambers, chief executive officer and chairman of networking giant Cisco Systems, must be getting ready for retirement three to five years from now. Because yesterday at Cisco’s financial analyst conference in San Jose, Chambers announced that the company would start paying out a dividend to stockholders beginning in 2011. The annual dividend is expected to range between one and two per cent of the company’s share price, which is currently north of $20 a pop.”

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