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Cybher™ Stuff to read this week Part 6

Here’s what we’ve been reading this week…

  • How to stop Auto DM Spam on Twitter (via Bad-Fiction)
  • Trouble logging into your Evernote account this week? Here’s why (via BBC News)
  • A sneaky peek at Facebook’s new Timeline design (via The Next Web)
  • Twitter is killing TweetDeck for iPhone and Android (via Mashable)
  • How to customise the new Google+ Cover Photo (via Stephan Hovnanian)
  • 25 Terrible things you should never include in your Twitter bio (via MediaBistro and flagged by Violet Fenn)
  • The most irritating responses to International Women’s Day and how to retort (via Vagenda Magazine)

And if you do spot any of those Twitter bio crimes – do leave a link in the comments!


Sian To is Cybher founder, social media consultant, blogger, mother, workaholic, geek. Passionate about promoting women in tech and best practice in social whilst soaking up as much useful information as she can in the process.

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