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A toolkit for Twitter: JustUnfollow

28 June 2013
Put some glitter to your twitter - blow off the dust, expel the pests.

The JustUnfollow app provides handy-dandy management modules every twitterer should avail him-or-herself of.

JustUnfollow is free with some added value "pay for" features you can go for!

Have a look at the features available!
  • Not Followers: to find the people you follow, but who do not follow you. From there, you can make a unfollow the accounts in question, avoiding having too much heavy-handed, because Twitter does not like the practice of mass unfollow and may suspend your account in cases of obvious abuse. Twitter considers that follows when someone is after thinking about it and it is curious to change his mind a little too often than average.
  • Fans: to find the people who follow you, but you do not follow each other.
  • Who unfollowed me: to find the people who have graced you a unfollow.
  • Who Followed Me: to find the people who are following you with a follow.
  • Inactive Following: to filter out people who are inactive who tweeted anything for 1, 3 or 6 months or more.
  • All Following: allows you to see all the people you follow with the ability to click a button Unfollow.
  • Copy Followers: You can follow the followers of another person which is effective in finding interesting to follow itself accounts.
  • Whitelist: Turn accounts white list to avoid making them unfollow by mistake.
  • Blacklist: Turn an account blacklisted.
  • Friend Check: indicates whether a person follows another
Other features allow you to view the profile of a person to see his tweets, adding to a list, automatically send DM to automatically follow people who follow you ...
The interface is simple and responsive, just remember the more advanced features are not free!
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How To View Your Twitter Analytics!

17 June 2013
So how are you doing on America's #1 social network?

Micro-blogging on twitter has become routine, a way of digital life for many of us. If you follow these instructions EXACTLY to the letter, you will get a real eye-opener as to how effective your tweets are. Just pay close attention to the directions, even if they don't seem to make any sense.

WARNING! There is a possibility you will be crushed when you see the results. If you can't stomach the truth, do not visit Christopher Penn's URL!

That is all!
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How to install Chinese on Windows XP

11 June 2013
Getting Chinese text in Windows is quite easy. Providing you have administrator rights, you can simply enable it in the control panel.
  1. Open the Windows Control Panel.
  2. (If the Control Panel is in "Category view") Select "Date, Time, Language and Regional options."
  3. Open the "Regional and Language Options" icon.
  4. Choose the "Languages" tab, and ensure the "Install files for East Asian languages" is checked, as per the screenshot below:

    Windows Regional and Language Options dialog
  5. Click the "Details" button to open the "Text services and input languages" dialog.
  6. If "Chinese" is not listed in the "Installed Services" box, click "Add".
  7. In the "Input Language" list, choose "Chinese (PRC)". The "Keyboard layout" should default to "Chinese (Simplified) - Microsoft Pinyin IME 3.0". Click "Ok" on both dialogs to return to the "Regional and Language Options".
  8. Click "Ok", you will probably need to insert your Windows CD for the files to be installed.
  9. The language bar should now have appeared in the bottom right of the taskbar. It should default to English - "EN".
  10. Click on the "EN" button to show the available languages:

    Windows language bar
  11. By changing the language to "CH", you can now type in Pinyin. You can change the current language by pressing "ALT" + "SHIFT" on your keyboard.
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