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  • v. Present participle of unfollow.


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  • As a result, there are often many arenas of "unfollowing" to be negotiated.

    Be Careful Who You Poke

  • I plan to allow for "unfollowing" users some time soon, which will allow for some healthy splintering of the community in the case that you're not interested in everything that everyone is uploading.

    almost effortless

  • The most obvious problem is the setting up of bogus accounts which then generate tweets or direct messages that lead to malicious websites, but also the repeated following and "unfollowing" of users in order to attract attention, Twitter says.


  • The result can lead to a negative reputation and a shrinking pool of influence as large-scale deletions, "unfollowing" and de-friending occurs.


  • But only once has she considered "unfollowing" someone, Twitter lingo for no longer subscribing to their posts.

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  • And yes, I could probably do a better job of "unfollowing" those of the latter persuasion and I will be keeping my eyes peeled for anyone who matches that criteria.

    Library Journal - Tennant: Digital Libraries

  • From utilizing free applications, to simply "unfollowing" someone after they fail to exercise basic Twitter Etiquette, here's a few ways to deal with bad Twitter players - and not look like a jerk while doing it.


  • Then I started wondering what would be a respectable period of time to leave it before 'unfollowing' JG_Ballard on Twitter, because, somewhat naively,


  • Twitter, they send you an email with your last tweet before the "unfollowing".

  • "unfollowing" journalists whose tweetstreams on other subjects they had previously tracked, or cutting off retweeting friends who were contributing to the reverb. - Home Page


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