As most of you know, Monday was my last day @ Ning. Starting Tuesday, I began to head the Diabetes Hands Foundation full-time, running TuDiabetes.com, EsTuDiabetes.com and other diabetes outreach programs.
Here you can see some photos of the last day, including one with Gina Bianchini (above): not every day does one get the opportunity to get a pic (or work) with a CEO that has Silicon Valley buzzing.
It was an honor to serve in the Ning team. I will now continue to be a Network Creator devoted to the development of our social networks for people touched by diabetes.
This is my current “to read” stack. I started the “Giving” book by Clinton yesterday and finished the book “Subject To Change” by the folks over at Adaptive Path during the flights. WHAT A GREAT TITLE for User Experience Design!
Thanks to this blog post, I was able to figure out how to add my Facebook status automatically into Twitter? Why is this useful? Because I update my Facebook status conveniently from my cell phone without going to a browser, using Facebook mobile.
The only part that took a bit of figuring out (because I had changed my privacy settings) was where could I find my mini-feed:
(replace the number after ID for your profile ID number)
The RSS feed for that page should look like this:
You can either use that RSS feed directly in Twitterfeed to automatically push your Facebook updates into Twitter, or clone this Yahoo! Pipe (which I in turn I learned about here) using the RSS feed URL from above, so you don’t have to show on Twitter:
“Manny is in Boston” but rather the more elegant Twitter post “is in Boston. (from Facebook status)”.
Hope this helps!