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No question about it, Twitter has taken the web by storm. Kevin jumped on it first and then talked me into getting on it, although I don’t post there much. When Kevin heard that Dave Winer was working on a way to get the New York Times and […]

JKotr TwitterNo question about it, Twitter has taken the web by storm. Kevin jumped on it first and then talked me into getting on it, although I don’t post there much. When Kevin heard that Dave Winer was working on a way to get the New York Times and Wired feeds to auto-post on Twitter, he reached out to Dave about creating a Twitter feed for jkOnTheRun. Bear in mind that Kevin and I had the good fortune to have breakfast with Dave in Vegas earlier this year and he confessed he is a fan of jkOTR, without us twisting his arm. 

Dave has posted that the jkOnTheTwitter feed is live, so if you’re a Twitter fan you can add the new feed and follow our posts there. Thanks Dave!

  1. That’s dandy; however, I feel I should point out that the About column states that your name is JK River. ;-)

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  2. Just please make sure you keep the good content here – there’s a whole bunch of us who are choosing NOT to pick up yet another technology that seems to only exist for technology’s sake. You already have a blog, you already have RSS, and that’s all I’m ever subscribing to…

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  3. Chris, that’s because Dave Winer calls these Twitter rivers.

    Jeremy, no worries on that front. The Twitter river just pulls our headlines from the RSS feed itself. We don’t even have to think about it which is why it’s great.

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  4. I don’t get it? Google Reader already gives me the blog headlines.

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  5. i tried it, but my twitter page got swamped with all the news! so i’ve just stuck with receiving jkontherun using bloglines…that way I get to see pics as well :) great idea tho :)

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  6. I noticed that the posts were repeating; I call them “hiccups in the river” and I let Dave know about them this morning. He’s looking into it because we don’t want to repeat ourselves. He’s looking into it because we don’t want to repeat ourselves. Hey, wait a second….

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  7. Check out Twittervision, I did a post on it the other day…

    Global Twitter messages, graphically portrayed!

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