- v. Simple past tense and past participle of microblog.
“Perhaps an external to twitter (here perhaps?) and dedicated page that gets microblogged to by a banished cwalken could allow his memes to live on through retwitcarnation (RTc) …”
“First the first time, I microblogged a talk on my twitter account using the #dumontieratuppsala tag.”
“Perhaps an external to twitter (here perhaps?) and dedicated page that gets microblogged to by a banished cwalken could allow his memes to live on through retwitcarnation (RTc)…”
“You can also follow me on Twitter if you like random microblogged thoughts.”
“I've microblogged regularly in my own company's intranet platform and found it particularly useful to help me find people, recent information, or discuss and debate issues with my peers across the organization.”
“This is all happening in the microblogged here and now.”
“Wang Dewei, a professor and a delegate from the eastern province of Shandong, microblogged about his proposal that government officials disclose their personal assets.”
“Fleeting communication can be microblogged, where everyone can reference qestions and answers, along with the resulting links to other resources.”
“And thus arrives the 2009 Twitter Bowl, in which the tweeting crowd conducts and tallies the second annual microblogged "conversation about Super Bowl ads.”
“Twitter where users actively updated their "statuses," and microblogged to share their reactions with the rest of the world.”
‘microblogged’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for microblogged.