Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-09-26

  • RT @LawleyHead: We are following several #Pittsburgh companies that tried to capture #G20 business. Get the latest: #
  • Journalistics: 70 Percent of Journalists Use Social Networks to Assist in Reporting #
  • Business Pulse question: Through the end of the year, how do you think the economy will perform? #
  • RT @johnhcook: Everyone is counting on entrepreneurs to end the economic morass, so you better get to work folks. #
  • @ bizjournals Now that cash for clunkers has ended, car sales are dropping. #
  • RT @bizjournals: Google CEO Eric Schmidt says recession is ending: #
  • RT @toddbishop: Using iPhone to pay at SBUX almost cool enough to feel better about dropping $4 on a cup of coffee. #
  • RT @bizjournals: Blame the recession, we're getting fatter. Recession hurts us in ways few contemplated. #
  • Bay Area BizTalk: What I learned from chatting with Facebook hijackers. via @addthis #
  • Pittsburgh businesses brace for G-20 protests. via @addthis #
  • RT @MichaelHyatt: According to Matt Cutts of Google, they don’t use “keywords meta tag”. #
  • Fast company: The science of getting retweeted — use and colons. #
  • WSJ: Google Voice drawing more attention from FCC, which is trying to decide how/if/what to regulate. #
  • RT @GuyKawasaki: 10 Revealing Infographics about the Web: GR #
  • RT @MichaelHyatt: Forget about the “keywords meta tag” for your blog. According to Matt Cutts of Google, they don’t use it: http://bit.l#
  • RT @bizjournals: Current bizjournals survey: Does Obama's health-insurance reform help small businesses? #

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