While looking at the search terms that brought people to my other blog posting about Twitter, Cell Phones, and Data Plans, I noted a few queries that weren’t exactly answered in my previous post. This is mostly directed at the Blackberry, pager, or users of other electronic devices that put them on vibrate from time to time.See, my Blackberry knows when it’s in its holster, so it has “ring” settings specific to the holster – meaning I can have it vibrate when it’s in there before it actually […] I recently went to Australia and did a lot of diving with a buddy who works for Research in Motion (they make Black Berries). We’ve compiled an alphabetized glossary here for you so that you can just scan down the list and find the term that you are looking for, as well as a list of popular Twitter applications and instructions for incorporating Twitter into your website and blogs.
Uber Twitter – Another popular Twitter client for Black Berry, Uber Twitter is location-aware so it can automatically update your location based on the cell tower information even if your Black Berry phone doesn’t support GPS (like Google Latitude).
Businesses can form instant direct relationships with their customer bases simply by signing up and using the service regularly, and according to the models Twitter is trying out, they will soon be able to advertise to the Twitter community as well.
It has grown into a behemoth that is hard to get your hands around, which is why we’ve put this article together for you.
So far, I haven’t done a whole lot besides browse some of the top packages on NPM. I was able to easily connect to the Family Search API, perform a Basic Auth, obtain a session, and begin hitting the API. I’m actually feeling really excited to dabble in the Node stuff.
Perhaps my first project will be to create a Node library for the new Family Search Platform API.