Now you can recall that bad tweet, sort of.

You typed in your tweet, hit the send button, and immediately has the “oh Sh*t” moment when you realized it was malformed, whether it’s a typo, bad link, or worse, something you wish you didn’t say.

Tweetdeck is going to give you a second chance on this now by confirming you actually want to send the Tweet you’re about to send.  While it’s not quite the “count to 10” rule, at least you can think/review/contemplate before you commit your public statement.

TweetDeck added a safety net today, giving users the option to require a confirmation step before sending a tweet.

Source: TweetDeck Adds Tweet Confirmation To Help Prevent Social Media Misfires

Can a threat posted as a comment land you in jail?

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I’m completely convinced that one of the best ways to have a video go viral is to make it funny. Here’s a great case study of how an entrepreneur invented a tongue cleaner and couldn’t get traction using traditional marketing techniques. So wha

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It’s OK if you’re doing Twitter wrong, so is mostly everyone else

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social media execution for a long time: we’re all probably doing it wrong.

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