Saturday, June 20, 2009
Then I heard on the radio that Iranian dissidents were using it to communicate among themselves. This evening my son mentioned that he has to send a "Tweet" to his flight instructor every time he returns from a solo airplane flight.
Suddenly I had an idea about using Twitter for the Whipple Website. The Whipple Website has a "Recent Changes of Note" page that I update occasionally (interpretation: hardly ever)--far less frequently than I actually make changes to the Whipple Website. It's just too time-consuming to update that page. (Well, I will probably continue to post very major changes there.)
Here is the idea: I will post Tweets whenever I regenerate the WhippleGenWeb or make some other notable modification to the database. We'll see how it goes. If you want to follow me on Twitter, visit http://twitter.com/WeldonWhipple. [Note: on July 3 it changed to http://twitter.com/WhippleWebsite.] Sign up for Twitter if you haven't already, then start following me.
We'll see how it goes. By the way, there are many guides to Twitter on the Internet. One that might be helpful is this "Newbie's Guide to Twitter."
I just sent me first tweet about the WhippleGenWeb, announcing that I just started a job to regenerate the WhippleGenWeb, and that it should be finished by tomorrow. If I remember, I will Tweet as soon as it comes online.
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
If you can't find the link, you can go directly to Mona's website. Some of you might have heard of Mona's father, the actor Joel McCrea.
Last night on Coast To Coast AM radio program they played a song off of my album, "Comes The Light" in their "Emerging Artist" segment.
I'm wondering if you would be so kind as to go to the site at http://www.CoasttoCoastAM.com and then click on the link to my web site?
I'm hoping that people showing interest might persuade them to play another of my tunes at some point, and since they have 10 million listeners every night, it could be good for CD sales. Much appreciated if you have the time. I'm not sure how much longer the link will remain on their web page and probably should have thought of this earlier in the day.
(By the way, I just visited the iTunes store and searched for Mona Leigh. I found two albums: "One Night in the City" and "Comes the Light." I already have a copy of "One Night in the City," so I purchased "Comes the Light.")