12 thoughts on “IPR now on Twitter

  1. libertariangirl

    no but it is the epitome of narcissism thinking anyone gives a shit what you are doing minute to minute.

    having said that , i follow about 111 people and have about 90 following me almost exclusively from the LP and freedom movement. I have made about 130 updates mostly related to updates on the LPNevada or Clark County LP.

  2. Thomas L. Knapp

    “it is the epitome of narcissism thinking anyone gives a shit what you are doing minute to minute”

    Maybe so, but the combination of Twitter and Twitterfeed is a valuable tool for NEWS sites and their readers.

    If you’re the type of reader who’s interested in catching the news as it breaks, now you can be updated every half hour (if there’s something new up at IPR) instead of having to check manually.

  3. Thomas L. Knapp

    Well, yes — that URL is the feed that Twitterfeed draws on, once every thirty minutes, to post IPR’s titles/links to Twitter.

    The feed gets updated instantly on publishing (unless you have some kind of caching that changes that). The Twitterfeed gets updated every 30 minutes. The difference between the two is that if you use Twitter, you’ll see the feed content without having to pull it up in a feed reader.

  4. paulie Post author

    I sent out a notice about my presentations on 3/24, but I don’t think IPR ran anything on it.

    I sent a reminder to Morgan when he was asking about articles to post, but I may have sent him too many – he only posted, I think, 2 out of 30 or so.

  5. Ross Levin

    Morgan, it’s the epitome of narcissism for anyone who’s just using it like Facebook or something (which is probably more narcissistic) but for political or news or organizing or business purposes it can be very useful.

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