A week on Twitter #9
Hey folks! Here is our weekly recap of what we've shared with you on Twitter.We begin with an article from the inspiring people of Event Manager Blog who featured another Jez Paxman's blog post this week:
"How to Engage Introverts at Conferences?" http://t.co/QpUwTm9t8k by @jezpaxman #eventprofs pic.twitter.com/DpObkJWhGa— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) April 16, 2014
Some of you liked this article about Google and Facebook's intention to give to the world a global access to Internet thanks to their recently purchased drones company.
Google and Facebook are in the race to bring internet access to the whole world. http://t.co/ftboori2Ln pic.twitter.com/YwIn1uwaEm — livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) April 15, 2014
Speaking of drones, Darpa is going to use old drones as Wi-Fi hotspots to provide connectivity in remote conflict zones. Interesting way of seeing recycling.
Retired drones reconverted in Wi-Fi hotspots http://t.co/mQ0gsl0Vgm via @WIRED pic.twitter.com/l2baMmko3b— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) April 17, 2014
The next article may upset some of you: once more, Facebook is forcing something on his users. From now on, if you're using Facebook on your smartphone you won't be able to connect to the chat anymore and you'll have to use Messenger instead.
"Facebook Is Forcing All Users To Download Messenger By Ripping Chat Out Of Its Main Apps" http://t.co/gCnh75QQKu via @TechCrunch— livetweetapp.com (@applivetweet) April 14, 2014
That's it for this week! We'll be back on Monday for some more tweeting and sharing about what's new in the tech, social media and event world.