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  • n. Plural form of hashtag.


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  • Great information on how hashtags and groups work-- I think those of us on twitter should follow @hashtags and then use #necc to find out whose at NECC - then no one is left out!

    Sites that Caught My Eye Today 06/22/2008

  • I don't even like hashtags, but I guess I'll use them just to make a point. #hashtags

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Opt-in by following @hashtags to have your hashtags tracked.

    News10Now - TOP STORIES

  • The overuse of hashtags is incredibly annoying and distracting, and I end up just skipping tweets where every other word is a hashtag.

    Designing hashtags for emergency response | FactoryCity

  • PeopleBrowsr can do a ridiculous amount of other things like delayed tweets, plotting incoming tweets on a map, showing statistics for certain hashtags or searches and so on.

    Additional twitter thoughts…

  • [...] reference, hashtags is a proposal for Twitter tag channels by Chris Messina.

    Groups for Twitter; or A Proposal for Twitter Tag Channels | FactoryCity

  • Used sparingly, respectfully and in appropriate measure, I think that the value generated from the use of hashtags is substantial enough to warrant their continued use, and it isn’t just hashtags. org that suggests this to me.

    Making the most of hashtags | FactoryCity

  • Anyone with a free account can tap into the streams of conversation, merge themes or introduce new topics by employing short codes called hashtags, which are used to earmark subjects of discussion.

    Decoding Our Chatter

  • They invite guests to live tweet the big day using special Twitter keywords, called hashtags, and create interactive seating charts so tablemates can chat online ahead of time.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Twitter, a startup that lets people share short messages called tweets, is trying to help organize the flood of information flowing through its system by suggesting a set of "hashtags" - a pound sign followed by a word or code.

    The Seattle Times


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