Am I late to the party, or is this really new? One major headache that I used to have is to quote and RT on twitter-on-the-web. It has been there on the android native twitter client, but not on the web. I know quite a few folks who use other twitter desktop clients, just for this functionality.
It was a pleasant surprise to see this over the weekend. Thank you Twitter.
And what more, there is a bonus too. Your quote gets 140 characters. Yes, over and above what the original tweet was. Is this awesome or what? In earlier times, there were twitter guidelines to use lesser number of characters in a tweet (<140), so that people can RT you and write something. Now that is gone. It is a win-win for the original tweeter and the one who RTs.
Now that is what I call a UX win.
I love the side bar that the new WordPress.com brings up each time you finish a post. This showed up after I posted yesterday.
There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.
— W. Somerset Maugham
And no, this is not by the man, but about the man.
And I want you all to give a hand to someone that you know whose health is very bad at this time. … His company took the challenge in making his technology accessible to everyone. In the spirit of caring and moving the world forward: Steve Jobs. Because there’s nothing on the iPhone or the iPad that you can do that I can’t do. — Stevie Wonder
, at a recent performance, thanks Steve Jobs for Apple’s work in making technology accessible to people with disabilities.
Just prior to Firefox 1.0 arriving, Mozilla’s Scott Collins, a veteran of Netscape and evangelist for the Mozilla team, said this to Linux.Ars:
“I have hope that we will be a mainstream browser and that people will use Mozilla. That’s the thing I learned to lust after as a programmer. It’s not my ability to solve one problem, to plow this field, but the ability to build a plow that every farmer uses. The ability to make something that touches not ten people, not a hundred people, not a thousand people but a hundred million people. I want Mozilla to be there again. IE is a browser with no soul. I want it to be Mozilla because I think that people who care deserve a browser with a soul.”
Quoted from lifehacker article on History of firefox.
Beautiful. I am bowled over. That quote personifies passion. Passion to be the best!