Friday, October 26, 2012

Twitter feed

Does anyone read my Twitter feed?

I set up my account a long time ago but it's only recently — after Apple started incorporating Twitter into its mobile iOS (on my iPhone and iPad) and OS X (on my Macs) that I've really started using it. Lately, after getting a Siri-equipped iPhone 5 that allows me to verbally dictate tweets, I've really been tweeting the heck out of things.

Many of the tweets are things that are worth noting but don't quite hit the time-energy threshold where I would write a post on it. Other times it's a way for me to catalog interesting things I've read that I might want to visit later.

But am I the only one reading it? Or am I on the verge of having one of the most influential Korea-related Twitter feeds of all time? The Oppan Gangnam Style of Tweetdom?

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7 comments:

  1. Here's something shockingly positive and awesome. Tonight is the premiere of Angry Little Asian Girl on Mnet at 8p.

    Lela Lee is not just a fantastic role model for girls, but for everyone, with her never give up attitude.

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    1. I've caught the comic strip a number of times, but was unaware there was a show. Perchance, do you know what network it's on in the United States? Now that I'm hooked up to (basic) cable, I can check it out.

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    1. The Twitter feed is in the sidebar, but it's pretty small and not very prominent. Maybe I should move it to the top, along with a link to get subscribed to it.

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  3. MnetAmerica seems to be non-existent in most locales (the powers that be at the channel don't seem to be too interested in promoting it), so here is a direct link: http://www.mnetamerica.com/content/angry-little-asian-girl-episode-1

    I believe that the first two episodes are now available.

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    1. Well, it is targeted to the Asian audience and so they are only focused on markets with a large Asian population.

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    2. Actually, Lela Lee has moved on to embrace all "Angry Girls" around the world, hence the name change (and trademark) of her website, but it looks like the only way Mnet would carry the program was via her old title so as to fit with their extreme narrow casting, instead of actually broadcasting the show like the major networks try to do, which is truly a shame.

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