I'm not sufre on this one, but try a google search for that term (tutorial for twitter). Zach Dreicer: Division Director for Tech Savvy Podcasts Networks at Paez Production Networks Phone: +1 505 672 8601 Skype: chickerland google talk ID/Facebook: chickerland@xxxxxxxxx My Telespace: +1 575 802 8600 ext. 8495 Are you a blind student in any level of education? If so, please join me on the blind-education list! To join: point your browser to: Http://freelists.org/list/blind-education are you interested in electronics? Then send a message to electronicsfortheblind-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with subscribe in the subject. NOTICE this message may contain confidential and/or classified information. Such information is only revealed to the person to whom this communication is directed. If you have received this message in error, please contact the sender and destroy all copies of this message. From: Josh Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 4:03 PM To: blind-education@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [blind-education] Re: Zach GriegoDreicer wants to keep up with you on Twitter Zach, I would not mind getting a twitter account however, do you or anyone else know where I can obtain a tutorial on using twitter? Thanks ----- Original Message ----- From: Twitter To: blind-education@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 11:27 PM Subject: [blind-education] Zach GriegoDreicer wants to keep up with you on Twitter Zach GriegoDreicer wants to keep up with you on Twitter Twitter connects you with everything you want to know, right now. Short bursts of information are readily available from news organizations, corporate entities, politicians, celebrities, local businesses - even your close friends and family. Also, if you have something to share with the world, Twitter makes it super easy. To join for free, click the link below. http://twitter.com/i/ada0ddabb2471794f277167bdd07339ce9da2836 Thanks, @twitter About Twitter, Inc. Founded in 2007, Twitter Inc believes the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact. Every "Tweet" is limited to 140 characters of text or links which means they are easily written or read on a wide variety of services and devices including any mobile phone, social networks, television, Macs, PCs, and the Web. This message was sent by a Twitter user who entered your email address. If you'd prefer not to receive emails when other people invite you to Twitter, click here: http://twitter.com/i/o?c=CAPw7BZhWQqX6wgMEVaW9nx7lkyFRDFlikmxxCZFRLI%3D Please do not reply to this message; it was sent from an unmonitored email address. This message is a service email related to your use of Twitter. For general inquiries or to request support with your Twitter account, please visit us at Twitter Support.