It’s been a couple of busy months for me recently. It has been busy in the Twittersphere as well. Here is the Top 10 for November.
10) About.com – About.com goes over 5 bogus English grammar rules. Do you follow these rules? I think a lot of people do.
9) Google Chrome on a Stick – If you haven’t heard yet. Google has released a new OS that is optimized for web use. It is suppose to be faster booting and easier to use because it is designed for only web apps. This article goes over how to put it on a memory stick.
8 ) 15 Things Worth Knowing about Coffee – I’m personally a big coffee fan. Japan is full of little coffee shops. The Oatmeal gives a quick overview of 15 things you probably didn’t know about coffee in their usual humorous way.
7) Picture of the Sun over a Year – This is an amazing photograph of what the sun looks like from the same place over the course of a year. Great photography!
6) Can we drop all the RTs? – Although the new RT feature in Twitter is getting a lot of heat of late. The messy old RTs did need some revising. Here is a short article on how messy a RT can really get.
5) Pecha Kucha on Twitter Security – This is a short little PK about Twitter worms, what they look like and how to keep yourself safe from them in the future. The original presentation was made at the Virtual Round Table.
4) What is a PLN? – This is part 1 of the first module of the Twitter Kit, a set of Twitter training videos I’ve produced to help you get on to Twitter. This first module explains what a PLN is and why it is important. I encourage everyone to start building a PLN today. They are a great resource.
3) How to Manage a Project in Google Wave – An excellent article about the tools to use in Google Wave when organizing and managing a project. It’s a great overview of tools.
2) How to get started with a PLN – This is part 2 of the first module of the Twitter Kit, a set of Twitter video tutorials that I made. In this part of the module, I go over how to build a PLN. I go over where to meet people and how to connect with them.
1) Top 10 Mistakes Bloggers Make – Do you make these mistakes? I know I was guilty of at least a few of them. This is really helpful for beginner bloggers.
Well, that’s it for this month. What did you learn from these links? Were they helpful? Do you make the blogging mistakes mentioned in the last link? Let me know in the comments below.