It’s called the Fogelnest Rule, which explicitly states not to mention someone in a tweet reply/retweet that wasn’t mentioned in the original tweet.
Things I hate:
Last night I archived all of my inboxes and plan on unsubscribing from every new subscription email that I absolutely don’t need going forward. I hope to have my inbox back to how it was when I first signed up many, many years ago.
So many years of orders and sign ups that my inbox has become an un-usuable burden — it’s time to take it back.
Being a tweeter, coincidentally, is similar to the life of a bird. Instead of seasons, however, we have weekdays, where we tweet all week and then when it is time to go to the weekend— we fly away, only to migrate home (to twitter) on Sunday nights.
Are we all insane?
As Facebook struggles to find itself, Instagram has seen an increase in growth over the past year.
Where your Facebook feed has come overrun with news links and memes from people you might have had a class with in college, or you knew from sixth grade, new users at Instagram are rebuilding their social network from scratch, with private accounts consisting of their closest friends. The followers are more refined, people they actually care about.
Why the move to Instagram and not Twitter? Most likely because people still don’t “get” what it is, whereas Instagram is easy — post pics of your life. This is what made Facebook what it was in its early days.
Path aimed to do this and failed. Instagram is succeeding.