Posts Tagged ‘twitter’

How to link to individual status updates on Facebook and Twitter

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 by by

If you don’t know how to find the direct links to your status updates, here’s a quick tutorial on how to do this.  It’s so easy!

How to link directly to your Facebook posts

First go to your Facebook page and find the post you want to link to.  Below your post you will see a url with the date of the post.

Click on this url.

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Kim Kardashian’s Breastfeeding Tweet

Saturday, June 26th, 2010 by by

I’m usually not one for following celebrity nonsense, especially people who are celebrities just for being celebrities.  This story really caught my attention and I can’t help but not comment on it.  Kim Kardashian (who’s sister has a baby boy she BF’s) made a comment on her Twitter that blew me away…

“EWW Im at lunch,the woman at the table next 2 me is breastfeeding her baby with no coverup then puts baby on the table and changes her diaper”

This is a woman who poses provocatively for photos, including a nude pictorial in Playboy.  She’s ok with her breasts being exposed in a sexual fashion, but not for breastfeeding, which of course, is what they’re intended for.  I’m a big breasted woman, and when I breastfed Junior, less of my breasts were exposed then if I wore (more…)

Twitter-”You have twittered enough… get a life”

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009 by by

Ok, so they didn’t say that.  But it was along those lines.  Last night, Monday, was the #clothdiapers chat on Twitter.  Basically, fluffy bum baby mamas get on twitter, use the hashtag for clothdiapers, and talk about, what else?   This is the second one I participated in.  It is an ongoing event, every Monday evening at 9:30 EST.

The amazing thing was: we were able to get #clothdiapers to #6 on the trending list.  For you non twitterers, this is a list on the homepage of twitter displaying the most popular topics being twittered about.  That is a pretty amazing accomplishment!  This was also a great way to bring cloth to the minds of people who had never heard (more…)