Today is Twitter's seventh birthday.
Seven years ago on March 21, Twitter was born. On March 21, 2006, co-founder Jack Dorsey sent the first-tweet that read, "just setting up my twttr," according to an article on Media Bistro. At the beginning, the article said Twitter was first known as stat.us and then changed to Twttr, before finally becoming the social platform it is today. Newtown Patch uses Twitter to share articles and find story ideas. When covering a breaking news story, Twitter is one of the quickest ways to share updates. And it's just another way to engage with the community on a day-to-day basis. Do you tweet? If so, be sure to follow Newtown Patch!
Make Newtown Patch part of your New Year's resolution. There are so many ways to engage and interact with our site, but here are 10 to get you started.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Monday, December 17, 2012
It's not too early to start planning for your 2013 New Year's resolution. And a pretty easy resolution would be to participate more on Newtown Patch. Newtown Patch tries to keep you in the loop on local news, events and more. In 2013, you'll see and hear even more from us as we work to make this community news site even more engaging and interactive for our users. The opportunities to comment on stories, share opinions, post photos and announcements and add events to the community calendar are still available and through the use of these and other features, we hope our site will strengthen this community, and you, as a member of that community, will help make it better. With that being said, here are 10 ways you can use Patch now and in …