Written by:2009/10/13 07:28 PM
Welcome to the October 12, 2009 edition of web developers. This week we seem to be concentrating on Twitter. If you have a twitter account, or use Twitter in any way, or even thining about using Twitter. Then this blog carnival is for you. Read the posts and have fun
Rose King presents 100 Twitter Feeds to Help You Land a Job posted at JobProfiles.org - Job Descriptions and Online Schools to Start Your Career.
Mike Consol presents Mike Consol | My Blog | 10 keys to an effective website posted at Mike Consol's Blog, saying, "Lots of companies are redesigning their websites these days. But before handing off this critical component of your corporate identity to a web design firm, make sure you understand what makes a website work effectively. Here are 10 keys."
Stacie Young presents 100 Excellent Twitter Feeds for Art Scholars posted at Online Courses.org.
Case Ernsting presents How Wireframes Can Save Your Life posted at MetaSpring Blog, saying, "Soem web developers can't live without wireframes while others simply wonder what they are. Well, here's all you need to know about implementing wireframes in your next website design."
Carolyn Friedman presents 75 + Useful Web Tools for Your First Year of College posted at Online Christian Colleges, saying, "These useful web tools will help you earn the grades your parent’s will be proud of while you are secretly having the time of your life as a freshman."
Barbara Williams presents Top 50 Apps for the Twittering Teacher posted at Online Degree Programs.org.
Anne Simone presents 101 Ways to Use Twitter in Your Hospital posted at LPN to RN Blog.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of web developers using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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