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#Multimedia Hmmm… (Sounds/Looks Interesting!) #3d #edu #web cc @downes

Multimedia is the use of computers to present text, graphics, video, animation, and sound in an integrated way. Long touted as the future revolution in computing, multimedia applications were, until the mid-90s, uncommon due to the expensive hardware required. With increases in performance and decreases in price, however, multimedia is now commonplace. Nearly all PCs are capable of displaying video, though the resolution available depends on the power of the computer’s video adapter and CPU.

Then again, this whole subject is quite extensive in regard to the mobile, social cloud, right? 🙂

Gotta #Love #Droids 😉

40 Twitterapps: Twitter Tools, Widgets & Applications

Autopostr: With this tool, Twitter users can instantly inform all of their friends whenever they post a photo on Flickr.

BiggerTwitter: An app (or add-on) that can be used to post tweets longer than 140 characters on Twitter. BiggerTwitter works by placing a link in the tweet.

BigTwitt: A Twitter tool that lets users post messages that exceed Twitter’s 140 character limit.

Bit.ly: A URL shorten service to shrink tweet URLs to 20 characters, plus track and share URLs.

Bkkeepr: A Twitter tool that allows users to keep track of books they are currently reading.

Blackbird Pie: A Twitter tool that allows individuals to embed tweets into Web sites or blog posts instead of copying and pasting tweets or taking screenshots. Users simply need to enter the URL of the tweet they want to include.

Check Yes or No: Users can visit this site to compose simple yes or no questions and then share them on Twitter by using the “Send to Twitter” feature.

Blackbird: The name of a Twitter client for BlackBerry smartphones.

Flock: A social browser with many Twitter related features. Users can send and read tweets, read mentions, and perform and save Twitter searches. There is also a character count tool Twitter users can use to make
sure they stay within the character limit.

Foamee: A website where Twitter users can keep track of who owes them drinks (beer or coffee) and what drinks they owe to others.

FollowersForSale: With this Twitter tool, users can buy a certain number of followers for a set price.

FoodFeed: Using this site, users can share their food and eating habits in Twitter posts.

Friend or Follow: A Twitter tool to find out whether people you following are following you back, and whether they are following the people following them. Interested twitterers simply need to enter their Twitter username at the site.

Geotwitter: A website users can visit to view the geographical source of the most recently posted tweets.

Goo.gl: Google’s own URL shortener. Offers short URLs, reliable service and good uptime.

GroupTweet: A Twitter tool that lets users send messages that can only be viewed by a selected group of Twitter friends.

gTwitter: A Twitter application developed for Linux, it allows users to post, read timelines, receive notifications, and more.

HashTags.org: Categorize your tweets so people can find them and understand what they are all about.

Hellotxt: A tool that lets users update Twitter and other social networking sites by clicking a single button. Currently, 50 social network sites are supported. ()

Ianswr: Compiles questions asked on Twitter and permits any Twitter user to answer them.

InnerTwitter: Encourages Twitter users to meditate by sending chimes at specific time intervals or at random times throughout the day. These chimes are the signal for users to spend a few quiet moments in meditation.

iTweet: This is an interface for Twitter designed to make it easier to use Twitter from an iPhone.

Jotabl: A “shoutbox” you can display on any site or blog letting your visitors leave comments via a Twitter login.

LinkBunch: This tool lets Twitter users combine several links into one link so they can be shared in a single tweet.

LiveGo: Stay connected to multiple social networks including Twitter, Facebook, Instant Messenger clients and online email accounts.

LoudTwitter: A Twitter tool that allows Twitter users to display Twitter updates on their blog.

Monitter: Monitter is the name of a free Twitter tool that lets users monitor the Twitter service for a set of three keywords. Monitter then shows you what people are tweeting for the keywords.

Natter: Monitor your tweets and posts to your Facebook.

PocketTweets: The name of a mobile Web-based Twitter client for the iPhone. You can use it to see the latest tweets from your contacts or to update your status remotely.

TinyURL: shrink your URLs to 23 characters on Twitter or any online publishing space.

TurnSocial: A free social toolbar for small businesses to add popular social media and location-based applications, in addition to content from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Foursquare and more.

Twadget: A gadget that lets users view and submit tweets from the Twitter Vista Sidebar Gadget

Tweet Effect: Filter Twitter data to show which of your own tweets made people follow or leave you.

TweetLevel: Measure an individual’s importance on Twitter using four key ranking metrics: influence, popularity, engagement and trust.

Twibs: An application that lets Twitter users find businesses on twitter.

Twidroid: A full-featured Twitter app designed for use on Android mobile phones.

TwitDir: Search within Twitter usernames, locations, and descriptions.

Twitrank: A Twitter user ranking service that provides an updated list of the top 150 Twitter users

Twitscoop: A Twitter search tool that lets Twitter users tracks popular trends and events.

TweetStats: Use this tool to see Twitter stats including tweets per hour, tweets per month, tweet timeline and reply statistics.

Twitter Widgets: Twitter’s own widgets are compatible with any website and most social networks.

You Can Always Nudge Someone On #Facebook About IT…

Interesting Games That People Play, Huh?

…and of course… YOU Could Always #Google It! 😉 😉

About Google

 And Be The Most AWESOME Multimedia ‘SELF’ Ever! 😉 😉

& Please Make Sure You (R)ead, w(R)ite, (R)etweet & (R)epeat This.

To Send LOTS Of Butterflies Out

Because There’s Rockin’ Robins Who Tweet. 🙂 #Music Of Course! #LOL

Which Makes You REAL Happy (Since This Is ALL YUMMY Stuff!)

And It Makes You #SMILE 🙂

And You’ll Get LOTS of @RecoveryRelief From It

Since:

Once In Awhile. 🙂  

Sincerely, Debbie @RecoveryRelief.

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“Oh… #kings #dominion would be cool, it might be crowded thou & the same with haunted houses.” ~Bodyguardj #LOL #quote cc @impactresults

Recovery Relief Foundation, Inc.

#Keynotes

Oops!

 

Pray A LOT!

 

Here's a unicorn/pegasis.It might be useful in order 4u 2get @RecoveryRelief, as in #recoveryrelief 4example.

‘Peg’ the unicorn/pegasis above would be terrific in a cartoon &/or a movie. Don’t you think? 😉 😉

*sigh*

Anyways…

Are YOU a bit perplexed (by all of this)?

Since this needs to happen.

 

 

 

As If You Are Looking At This For The First Time…

Balloons In Flight

 

…and there’s also the @twitter, aka; #twitter #business (uh hum!) ‘stuff’ to consider.

It's worth money???? People will have jobs & get paid. Really?

(Oh boy.)

Yes. There’s A LOT Of Potential! 😉 🙂

…especially if this can (somehow) be cc’d to @KingsDominion & @MrLeCaptain (cause I loved his show there!), & of course (& especially @Cum_nd_Get_It (since she made it so he tweeted this awesome & funny quote 2begin with & all I did was search the word ‘dominion’ on Twitter – haha!) & btw, I’m sending #hugs 2every1 in #Impact99. 🙂

NOW:

This Is How The Internet Works!

…and I’ve never taken #Computer101. #LOL

So,

“Please #God, Grant Me Patience & Hurry Up The Evolution Of The #Mobile, #Social #Cloud. #ThankYOU!” +DebraUlrich & #DebraUlrich #quote 😉 😉 via @RecoveryRelief


Give #Peace A Chance! :) #ImaginePeace cc: @yokoono

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by @DebraUlrich


The story of life is quicker then the blink of an eye, the story of love is hello, goodbye. ~Jimi Hendrix

 

 


A #Smile Is A Light In The Window Of Your Face.

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by @DebraUlrich


Girlfriends Are Cheaper Than Therapists! :)

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by @DebraUlrich


Take care of yourself, and make sure your needs are met.

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by @DebraUlrich


Reasons You May Not Get Sleep.

Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep:

  • Set a schedule:

Go to bed at a set time each night and get up at the same time each morning. Disrupting this schedule may lead to insomnia. “Sleeping in” on weekends also makes it harder to wake up early on Monday morning because it re-sets your sleep cycles for a later awakening.

  • Exercise:

Try to exercise 20 to 30 minutes a day. Daily exercise often helps people sleep, although a workout soon before bedtime may interfere with sleep. For maximum benefit, try to get your exercise about 5 to 6 hours before going to bed.

  • Avoid caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol:

Avoid drinks that contain caffeine, which acts as a stimulant and keeps people awake. Sources of caffeine include coffee, chocolate, soft drinks, non-herbal teas, diet drugs, and some pain relievers. Smokers tend to sleep very lightly and often wake up in the early morning due to nicotine withdrawal. Alcohol robs people of deep sleep and REM sleep and keeps them in the lighter stages of sleep.

  • Relax before bed:

A warm bath, reading, or another relaxing routine can make it easier to fall sleep. You can train yourself to associate certain restful activities with sleep and make them part of your bedtime ritual.

  • Sleep until sunlight:

If possible, wake up with the sun, or use very bright lights in the morning. Sunlight helps the body’s internal biological clock reset itself each day. Sleep experts recommend exposure to an hour of morning sunlight for people having problems falling asleep.

  • Don’t lie in bed awake:

If you can’t get to sleep, don’t just lie in bed. Do something else, like reading, watching television, or listening to music, until you feel tired. The anxiety of being unable to fall asleep can actually contribute to insomnia.

  • Control your room temperature:

Maintain a comfortable temperature in the bedroom. Extreme temperatures may disrupt sleep or prevent you from falling asleep.

  • See a doctor if your sleeping problem continues:

If you have trouble falling asleep night after night, or if you always feel tired the next day, then you may have a sleep disorder and should see a physician. Your primary care physician may be able to help you; if not, you can probably find a sleep specialist at a major hospital near you. Most sleep disorders can be treated effectively, so you can finally get that good night’s sleep you need.


It’s #Monday. Yay! Put on your dancing shoes. :)

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“@Twylah Turns Your #Twitter Account #In2 A Website” #Tips via @KeithKeller & @StacyZapar. @RecoveryRelief #quote

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