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Challenge with 140-character limit (utilizing "Twitter")

(Picture credit and edited with permission from Gan Meng Yeow)

Since I switched to iPhone, I have been heavily utilizing the "Twitter" related applications (such as "TweetDeck" and "TweetDeck") on this wonderful gadget (as pictured above and to think the fact that I once proclaimed I'm not an APPLE user).

Straight to the point, with the popularizing of this revolutionized handset that almost everyone is carrying nowadays. I think making full use of the social media tools such as "Twitter" and "Facebook" would do more good than harm.

While I am aware the league authority and some clubs also have their own "tweets" and "FB" presence, but in my presence opinion those are rather under-utilized.

Under-used in a sense, it's nothing more than just trying to squeeze everything like the latest information, match updates within the 140-character limit.

So this is why I making use of the picture uploading function offered by the two "Twitter" apps to see if we could reach out to a wider audience through them?

And below are some of the pictures I snapped and tweeted instantly after each occurrence (the text in the green font was exactly what I tweeted with the date beside it link the URL of the actual tweet).

SOME TWEET PICTURES UPLOADED via iPhone
Geylang's coach mike wong happy with 1 pt but hope for 3 but felt etoile are on a high now - 29th March 2010 **
HT at Queenstown as Etoile came from behind to level with Geylang at 1-1 - 29th March 2010 **
Gamba Osaka having their warming up prior the kick off against SAF - 23rd March 2010 **
HU coach Paul Lee broke his silence over Peres MIA, brave act of his indeed as he " don't want to lie." - 20th March 2010 **
Beijing coach was sent off for running onto the field, good decision by referee - 19th March 2010 **
3-3 HUFC came back in 2nd half to level and jolt the french momentum - on 14th March 2010 **
(** P.S.: The removal of obsolete links to those expired tweets on 12th November 2021)

Comments

  1. Hmmm, if you think that "140 letter" limit is a constraint, there are some iPhone applications that support Twitlonger (allows you to tweet with a link at the back if you type more than 140 characters). Check out http://www.twitlonger.com/apps

    Only one of the apps that support it on the iPhone isn't a "paid app". If you're still comfortable with TweetDeck, you'll have to "tahan" the 140 character limit.

    Have fun tweeting!

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  2. Hi Yan Yi,

    The beauty of the twitter is the 140-character limit, which "insist" user "2 get d msg straight across w/o beating ard d bush", so I thought, using "twitlonger" might defeat the purpose.

    But thanks for sharing with us :)

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  3. @Pohui

    Yes indeed it's the beauty of Twitter. You're welcome.

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  4. The 140-character limit is a challenge that many of us used to writing fulltext SMSes have no problems getting around - you just have to be to the point, and make sure there is a point. <--- anti-txtspk rant.

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