Sunday, March 22, 2009

Play Twitter games with tweets at
Create conversation-starting name tags for your next meeting. A name tag should be informative and describe what you do or your interests, not just have your name. More ideas and free printing at

Twitter-Tweeted Never-Ending Stories and Poets

At, you can create never-ending poems and stories with your friends - one line at a time at - so that you never know how they will turn out! Twitter will tweet you when it is your turn to add the next line.

Here's an example:

The Power of One

One SONG can spark a moment
One FLOWER can wake the dream
One TREE can start a forest
One BIRD can herald spring
One SMILE begins a friendship
One HANDCLASP lifts a soul
One STAR can guide a ship at sea
One WORD can frame the goal
One VOTE can change a nation
One SUNBEAM lights a room
One CANDLE wipes out darkness
H will conquer gloom
One STEP must start each journey
One WORD must start a prayer
One HOPE will raise our spirits
One TOUCH can show you care
One VOICE can speak with wisdom
One HEART can know what is true
One LIFE can make a difference
One KISS can seal a friendship
One DRINK can ruin a life
One DREAM can render hope
One BREATH can take in life
One HAND ca
n welcome a friend
One STROKE can start an artwork

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Sticky Notes for Websites

Sticky Notes for your website provides you with a different way of letting your visitors interact with you, and you with your visitors. One line of script code gives your website a free sticky note section from

Use it to post updates and information without needing a web programmer to make changes. Use it as a colorful addition to your blog.

Choose one of several backgrounds like chalkboard, cork, industrial or use your own image.

Every time a new note is added, you get an email so you can respond immediately. A built-in filter screens inappropriate notes.

Manage your notes via the sticky management interface.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Tweet Quiz

Tweet Quiz is a first of its kind game at Twitter. It was created to engage fellow twitterers with never-ending challenges provided through periodic tweets. Each quiz pertains to a specific category or topic, for example "What you might find on a bus". As the game progresses, it tweets its followers with a succession of clues to the hidden words and phrases. By matching the items, players gain points. Players tweet their answers back and if correct get a bonus clue back through Direct Message (DM).

Each game last 12 hours and a new quiz starts automatically, hence Tweet Quiz is never-ending.

The quiz can also be played on-line at, where players go to view all of their completed answers. Prior quizzes are available for viewing so that people can see what they've missed.

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