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Twitter is down

Look out guys, it’s Fail Whale time, Twitter is over capacity.  Wonder how many people are freaking out right now!?


Twitter Fail Whale

Twitter made more secure with HTTPS

Twitter Icon - Ongoing Issues pngTwitter have announced that they have now created a new security setting allow users to access Twitter using HTTPS.

For some time, users have been able to use Twitter via HTTPS by going to https://twitter.com. We’ve made it simpler for users to do this by adding the option to always use HTTPS.

This is a great move by Twitter.  To turn it on follow this:

To turn on HTTPS, go to your settings and check the box next to “Always use HTTPS,” which is at the bottom of the page. This will improve the security of your account and better protect your information if you’re using Twitter over an unsecured Internet connection, like a public WiFi network, where someone may be able to eavesdrop on your site activity. In the future, we hope to make HTTPS the default setting.

Check out the full blog post by twitter here:


White iPhone due in Spring

Apple Logo - Ongoing Issues ImagePhil Schiller, Senior Vice President for Worldwide Marketing sent a tweet response confirming that the white iPhone will be available in the spring:

@airickanderson Hi Eric. The white iPhone will be available this spring (and it is a beauty!).

I am sure many of you will be looking forward to this.

Twitter launch New York Fashion Week Micro-Site

Twitter have launched another of their micro-sites to cover New York Fashion Week.  Check it out here:


More details can be found here:


Lady Gaga is number 1 on Twitter and thanks her fans

Lady Gaga is the most followed on Twitter with over 5 million followers.  She made a thank you video for her fans.  Check out the Twitter Logo in her hair along with the Twitter bird.  Congratulations Gaga!

Flipboard – Your personalized, social magazine for the iPad

Flipboard Logo - Ongoing Issues PictureNow this is a very nice App indeed.  Flipboard is your personalized, social magazine for the iPad. It interacts with your social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. Once it is connected to them it will gather the articles images, photo albums and videos that your friends are sharing. You can also pick from a selection of feeds offered by Flipboard. It automatically updates when your social networks do, so there is always fresh content.

We here at Ongoing Issues think this is fantastic, and a really nice way of extracting shared data from your online community. Check out the video below to get more of a feel: