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My Twitter Experiment - Just Follow Me

Comments(0)Filed under: Logic Design, incyte, chipestimate, conformal, RTL compiler, Twitter

"I didn't know that Conformal ECO-physical was released.  When did that happen?  Which version of LEC?", said one of my customers said recently.

I have a lot of customers who ask about the latest product information once in a while.  I see my peeps at seminars, customer visits, workshops, etc ...  I was wondering, how do I update them in a fun and efficient way, and timely too.  While taking a Web 2.0 class at Stanford this winter, it dawned on me.  This one application called Twitter seemed like a perfect fit.

'Twitter', like 'Google', has become a verb!  "I've twittered" will soon be a common phrase.  Even basketball players use it (at half-time), how cool is that!

Twitter is:  concise (max of 140 characters - that's just a dozen or so words), and timely.

To keep this short, I'm beginning a little experiment on Twitter for all my customers.  Everyone is welcomed to join.  Just updates latest info, only the frequently asked stuff my customers like.

I'm going to keep it to these frontend products: Conformal (including ECO), RC, and InCyte/CCPS 

Click here to add me to Kenneth's Twitter!

 

Here's the birth image of my Twitter page: 

 

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Hope to see you at Twitter! 

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