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Joanne Costello
My blog: http://marginalnotes.typepad.com/pj/
Interests: popular culture, feminist economics, materialist feminism, ecofeminism, labour issues, immigration issues, policy, health care, care crisis, disability, right to die, discourses from the margins.
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Joanne Costello is now following Philip Hatfield
Oct 19, 2010
No, it's less about Facebook than putting in the buttons so that people can reblog or retweet...Can we start with the retweet? Could you guide me a bit about what they are saying here? http://help.tweetmeme.com/2009/09/15/how-to-add-a-tweetmeme-button-to-your-typepad-blog/ Do I go into Design? Then where? I just need more explicit instructions. If I could just get the retweet button for now, I won't bug you for a bit. Cheers, J
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I have Typepad Pro. Can I get the same buttons that you have under each of your entries - reblog, tweet, facebook, etc.? I feel like the latest interface is more complicated. I can't even clearly see where to access widgets, etc. and actually began blogging less when it was introduced.
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I was recovering from a medical treatment a couple of weeks ago and began to watch The View, only to discover the phenomenon that is Justin Bieber. I wondered: "How is this kid so famous and I've never heard of him?" Apparently, he's from my country: good 'ol Canada. In the last two weeks, I've now noticed him everywhere, from tweets to the back of buses.
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Joanne Costello is now following The Typepad Team
Mar 15, 2010
I find blogging, Facebook and Twitter to be useful tools or mechanisms to connect with like-minded individuals...Unfortunately, as you've pointed out on other parts of your site, blogging is rarely used to engage people in discussion or offer new perspectives; it often looks like wannabe journalists churning out already-reported-news. I know that Facebook is good for organizing rallies but sometimes it feels as though we're joining an event, showing up at rallies, but not building a movement.
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