Slang term used to describe someone who is walking while they tweet (a Twitter message) using a mobile device.
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To make small changes that fine-tune a piece of software or hardware. Tweaking sometimes refers to changing the values of underlying variables slightly to make the results of a program coincide with desired results. In this case, tweaking is not always a good thing since it undermines the integrity of the program.
Short for in-betweening, the process of generating intermediate frames between two images to give the appearance that the first image evolves smoothly into the second image. Tweening is a key process in all types of animation, including computer animation. Sophisticated animation software enables you to identify specific objects in an image and define how they […]
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Slang term to describe a Twitter update to answer Twitter’s “What are you doing?” question. A tweet is basically whatever you type into the Web box to answer that question, using 140 characters or less. People tweet personal messages, random thoughts, links, or anything that fits in the character requirements.
Slang term used to describe used to describe tutoring or lecturing on or about Twitter. Some industry speakers use the term to describe a live event where a lecture on a Twitter topic is given (e.g., a seminar or event that teaches people how to use Twitter), while others use the term to describe giving […]
Short for “Twitter etiquette” it is a slang term used to describe acceptable Twitter behavior.