Hmmm. seems to be some blockages or bottlenecks in public network here at Faculty Academy- cannot post to twitter, tweets are getting munched in the network. Attempting to tweet via blog post.

Update: The local network here was not to blame. Twitter itself has been/is very flaky. That darn cat messing with the server was cute once, now it is annoying as twitter ignores posted updates. The crowd is hopping to Jaiku

The post "Twitter by Blog Proxy @ Faculty Academy" was originally pulled like taffy through a needle's eye at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2007/05/twitter-by-blog-proxy-faculty-academy/) on May 16, 2007.

7 Comments

  • I can’t see a time stamp on your posts so I don’t know how old this is, but twitter appears to be down from the web – Wednesday May 16, 9:04am PDT. What the heck did you guys at the faculty academy do? You’ve killed it!

  • Yes, that is what we’ve heard- probs are on twitter’s end. Expecting to see that darn cat any minute now.

  • Yes, I’ve had so many tweets eaten or swallowed or nabbed by the dang cat.

  • arvind s grover 21apples.org

    While I appreciate that Jaiku was up while Twitter was done, I have love for Twitter, and a community of friends there. How can I just leave it? Loyalty is a strange animal…

  • I feel your pain, Arvind, I’d hate to give up my personal twitterspace, and have not yet decided yet. It’s become my traditional and comfortable place for a long time (2 months) ;-)

  • arvind s grover 21apples.org

    I love the “traditional” description of it. I am waiting for that day when I become the person who refuses to change the way they do things because they just work. “No, I won’t Jaiku! Wait, what? The principal says I have to? Ok then…”

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