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hello world. my name is Ryan Alexander Boyles. often, it's pronounced the RAB. i'm into declarative living. i am a connector. this is my life-stream / tumblr / blog. call it what you will. find my sxsw posts. any questions, ask me anything! btw, here is a standard disclaimer.

 

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Reaching for the stars.
My twitter mention reach vs retweet reach for the last 180 days, via Sumall. Peak for mentions was 100K on Nov 22, 2013 vs 86K for retweets on Nov 12, 2013.

Reaching for the stars.

My twitter mention reach vs retweet reach for the last 180 days, via Sumall. Peak for mentions was 100K on Nov 22, 2013 vs 86K for retweets on Nov 12, 2013.

Trent is pissed at The Grammys and  CBS. So are we. They didn’t edit Beyoncé’s chair dance at 8pm when my kids were watching, expecting to see good music performances. No one puts Trent Reznor, Lindsey Buckingham, Dave Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age and Metallica in the corner.

Trent is pissed at The Grammys and CBS. So are we. They didn’t edit Beyoncé’s chair dance at 8pm when my kids were watching, expecting to see good music performances. No one puts Trent Reznor, Lindsey Buckingham, Dave Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age and Metallica in the corner.

New new new new web Twitter looks like mobile Twitter more and more. 

All data feeds are live! #ibmiod  (at IBM Information on Demand Conference 2013)

All data feeds are live! #ibmiod (at IBM Information on Demand Conference 2013)

#cloud #cloudres #ibm #ibmcloud #twitter #ibmredbooks #bloggers #experts #cloudcomputing  (at IBM ITSO Raleigh)

#cloud #cloudres #ibm #ibmcloud #twitter #ibmredbooks #bloggers #experts #cloudcomputing (at IBM ITSO Raleigh)

The Rush of Football Twitter

parislemon:

Jason Gay:

This is instant and addictive, a ritual that conventional TV cannot duplicate, which is why people tether themselves to devices, and the experience of watching a game feels like participating in a loud, virtual, interactive roast. Digital chatter is often far more entertaining than the programming itself. (This is true of most live events. Nobody really hosts the Oscars anymore. Twitter hosts the Oscars.) Television attempts to harness aspects of the online mob, but it’s usually unsatisfying, corporate, stripped of the irresistible rough edges. Merely watching a game on TV—just lying there on the couch, taking in the play-by-play, the commentary—now feels as quaint as knitting.

Totally agree. What’s always been strange to me is that my Twitter habits change so much when I’m watching a live sporting event. I can’t help myself. I simply must trash-tweet.