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  1. Sep 2021
    1. 7. Twitterrific Twitterrific offers a clean and uncluttered way to browse your Twitter timeline on Mac. It lets you view the timeline in chronological order without any of those pesky-liked tweets that make their way on the list. You can put up multiple timelines from one or more accounts, navigate the app with VoiceOver, sync using iCloud, mute and muffle keywords and users, etc. Things that Twitterrific does better than other apps on the list are the ability to natively translate a tweet, color coding tweets, PIP mode for videos, and intuitive keyboard shortcuts. Twitterrific is available on the Mac App Store for $7.99.

      This is much better reviewed on iOS than TweetBot

    2. 6. Tweetbot 3 Tweetbot 3 is a beautifully designed Twitter client for Macs that prioritizes usability and aesthetics. The app has a dark mode that blends well with macOS design, videos and GIFs that play automatically on hovering, custom timelines, and advanced filters. Tweetbot also saves all the drafts in one place which gives you instant access later. One of the best features of this app is the iCloud sync that lets you sync between iPhone and Mac. It means you can pick up from wherever you left on any device. Tweetbot3 is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99 but there is a 14-day free trial.

      Helpful that this syncs w/ iCloud and there is "TweetBot 6" for the phone.

    3. 2. TweetDeck TweetDeck is the official client by Twitter that is intended towards marketers, publishers, and power-users. The interface is condensed into four vertical columns that give you a list of your feed, notifications, messages, and worldwide trends. You can add new columns easily. This layout allows you to multiple interests simultaneously.

      Made by Twitter

  2. Aug 2021
    1. Using Boolean Search on LinkedInLast updated: July 6, 2018You can run a Boolean search on LinkedIn by combining keywords with operators like AND, NOT, and OR during your search.Here are some ways to use Boolean logic and construct your searches: Quoted searches: For an exact phrase, enclose the phrase in quotation marks. For example, type "product manager". You can also use quotation marks if you want to find someone with a multi-word title. LinkedIn search only supports standard, straight quotation marks ("). Other software or websites may use special symbols that our system does not recognize. Curly quotation marks (“), also known as smart quotes or typographer's quotes, aren't supported. In order to optimize overall site performance, stop words such as "by", "in", "with", etc. aren't used. NOT searches: Type the word NOT (capital letters) immediately before a search term to exclude it from your search results. This typically limits your search results. For example, "programmer NOT manager". OR searches: Type the word OR (capital letters) to see results that include one or more items in a list. This typically broadens your search results. For example, "sales OR marketing OR advertising”. AND searches: AND searches: Type the word AND (capital letters) to see results that include all items in a list. This typically limits your search results. For example, "accountant AND finance AND CPA".. Note: You don't need to use AND. If your search has two or more terms, you'll automatically see results that include all of them. Parenthetical searches - To do a complex search, you can combine terms using parentheses. For example, to find people who have "VP" in their profiles, but exclude "assistant to VP" or SVPs, type VP NOT (assistant OR SVP). When handling searches, the overall order to precedence is: Quotes [""] Parentheses [()] NOT AND OR Important: The + and - operators are not officially supported by LinkedIn. Using AND in place of + and NOT in place of - makes a query much easier to read and guarantees that we'll handle the search correctly. When using NOT, AND, or OR operators, you must type them in uppercase letters. We don't support wildcard "*" searches. Boolean search will work in the keyword field in Recruiter and Linkedin.com, and will work in the Company, title, and keyword field in Sales Navigator.

      Search operators on LinkedIn

  3. Jul 2021
    1. disappoint your parents


    2. Check this shit out


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    4. Why is Verblio #1? Because Verblions have more fun.

      Love this simple, but clever rhyme.