07.11.08 by Jeff

Twittering

I finally setup a Twitterfeed so now you can get notified of any Booooooom updates via Twitter! This is the internet equivalent of us becoming best friends! If you want to Tweet about Booooooom that would be awesome!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Got Booooom! in my facebook, in my reader and now on twitter, great! now Im totally boomfidelized.

    Thanks Jeff, here you’ve a spaniard follower.

  • cheers Curro! much love to Spain!

  • what is twitter, looks like facebook.

  • its essentially a stock ticker for single sentence updates from people/sites that you’re interested in. you can set it up so it goes straight to your phone, etc. handy for getting the latest news as quick as possible depending on who you choose to follow.

  • Bingo

    I really like following celebbs like paris hilton, roger ebert, and matt damon.

  • I equate it (Twitter) to a big party, but everyone’s silent, and every once in a while someone yells something interesting.

  • hahah ^ that’s a much better description

  • I didn’t know what it was until I started using it … I mean, I knew what it was, but it was hard to understand why.

    Now I know.

    :)

  • Welcome to the party! :)





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