Posts tagged: twitter
The Step 2 tagline on the online version of the Social Media Sobriety Test sums it up:
“Choose your hours of intoxication.”
About a year ago the coders who work at
The test was just upgraded by 14Four with a holiday theme. As the new version gains blog and broadcast notoriety, those at 14Four who've worked on the sobriety test project say it's been a great showcase of their talents and skills.
In the world of advertising and creative marketing, half the battle is winning eyeballs. And that has clearly happened with the sobriety test, said Jeff Oswalt, 14Four’s president.
Last year’s version involved just a web browser tool that set time limits when one could post messages or photos. The tests themselves were simple: follow a moving object onscreen with a mouse or type the alphabet backwards.
The new version comes with holiday-themed warnings, such as: “Before you hand out copies of your backside or tell your in-laws how you really feel, download the Holiday Party Sobriety Test and protect yourself, from yourself.”
It also added mobile versions for Android and iPhone; you can download the free sobriety app from iTunes.
We are dedicated to collecting and posting interesting, odd or slightly useful graphics and charts, wherever they may be. All we ask for is clean and fun infotainment.
Today's offering is a cool find, a superhero treatment of popular social media sites. We found it at the uber-social site FreestyleInteractive.co.uk. The infographic is from the Freestyle Interactive digital agency.
We dig the cool and clever takes on sites like Flickr. and Google+.
Hope you all like it…
We’ve made a few attempts to single out notable area business websites. Today we’ll go a different direction, doing a sample stream of Twitter messages keyed to the term “Spokane business.” Got any other streams or business lists you think are relevant? Please send them our way and we’ll share… You can review the tweets by grabbing the slider on the right edge of the frame and scrolling down. Most recent messages appear on top.
Idaho’s Division of Human Resources is posting state government job openings on Twitter.
The popular social networking site will enable the state to more quickly communicate job opportunities and let followers quickly alert friends and relatives about openings, Gov. Butch Otter says.
“When job opportunities come along in state government, we need to get the word out to more of those qualified folks who need the work – where they are most likely to find it,” Otter said in a prepared statement. “The immediacy and interactive nature of Twitter should be a real asset for the state and for targeting Idahoans who are unemployed or underemployed.”
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