Posts Tagged ‘Tweetdeck’

Many web services publish an API, and much of the innovation on the web  is a result of that. With an API (Application Programming Interface) a web service allows third parties to reuse some of their data and functionality. Many see this as a perfect example of open innovation as Henry Chesbrough defined it in […]

Within some Twitter clients the # is a punctuation mark that makes a word interactive. Would the interactivity of the hashtag influence its use? I will argue that the formal semantics of hashtags are determined by the interactivity that is implemented in the Twitter client, but there are also many pragmatic (social) uses that are […]