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March 30, 2009


A Reminder - You Can Follow Stand Firm on Twitter

You can now follow Stand Firm on Twitter by clicking the button I’ve added to the top menu bar. We’ll post headlines and links to most of our entries here on the main site, have some fun with Twitter’s hash tags, and who knows what else.


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What’s a Twitter?

[1] Posted by Positive Phototaxis on 3-30-2009 at 09:38 AM · [top]

Many celebrities use Twitter to “tweet” their followers with updates about their daily activities.  For example, John McCain now has over 350,000 followers signed up and receiving his tweets.  Religious twitters have adapted Twitter to other purposes. You can see a cumulative collection of Twitter “tweets” featuring Lenten prayer reminders at http://www.anglikin.blogspot.com.

[2] Posted by Anglicat on 3-30-2009 at 10:30 AM · [top]

You all are doing a grand job, Greg…..but PLEASE bump the PayPal ad to the top of the site and keep it there.  I know you and the SFIF are far too modest and good to take such a step without encouragement, but there is a lot that will be happening in the AC in the next few months and we want to do our part to keep SFIF in the middle of the action, reporting minute by minute.

Thanks….

[3] Posted by Liz Forman on 4-1-2009 at 10:17 PM · [top]

RE: “reporting minute by minute. . . . “

What a dreadful thought.  ; < (

All the SF bloggers having to report by the minute.  Less time for, you know . . . work thingies and little pleasant details like occasional evenings out.

Le Sigh.

[4] Posted by Sarah on 4-1-2009 at 10:38 PM · [top]

Good grief, Sarah. You get to go to Disneyland.

Well, stay in a hotel next to Disneyland.

Motel.

[5] Posted by Greg Griffith on 4-1-2009 at 10:46 PM · [top]

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