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Avoiding the information madness

A while ago, a colleague asked how I tracked all the information that’s coming in: Twitter, RSS, Facebook, blogs, podcasts,… It’s easy to drown in all the information if you want. I won’t pretend I have the ultimate strategy, but here’s what I do. Facebook I’m not on Facebook for a variety of reasons (mainly […]

Posting a photo to Twitter in Windows Phone

In my previous post, I described how to authenticate your Windows Phone app to Twitter, without using TweetSharp. Now that we’re set up, posting a status to Twitter is fairly easy (see below, after code for posting photo). But posting a photo is a little more challenging. Once again, we’ll be using the Hammock library […]

Connecting a Windows Phone app to Twitter

If you’re developing an application that needs to use Twitter, you’ll most likely have to authenticate in order to post tweets. If you’re using C#, you can use TweetSharp. However, I found it doesn’t really work for Windows Phone, in particular because the GetRequestToken method is missing. This is not to say the work Daniel […]