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Experimenting with something called Formspring, which is basically a way of automating a question-and-answer post, and will also (if I understand it correctly) cross-post the responses to a Tumblr blog, Facebook, Twitter, etc. So go ahead, ask me a question and I will do my best to answer.

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Mathew 2430 posts

I'm a Toronto-based senior writer with Fortune magazine, and my favorite things to write about are social technology, media and the evolution of online behavior

5 Responses to “Go ahead: Ask me a question”
  1. Twitter Comment


    already have a bunch of questions on my Formspring post, including “where did you buy your turtleneck?” :-) [link to post]

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  2. Twitter Comment


    I’m experimenting with a question-and-answer service called Formspring, so go ahead — ask me a question: [link to post]

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  3. One of my favorite uses for FormSpring is throwing together a registration form for a conference or event. As the popularity of Twitter continues to explode, I’ve noticed more event registration forms asking for attendee’s Twitter user names.

  4. One of my favorite uses for FormSpring is throwing together a registration form for a conference or event. As the popularity of Twitter continues to explode, I’ve noticed more event registration forms asking for attendee’s Twitter user names.

  5. Hi Mathew, i like your blog, can you give rss feed plugins this blog, so i can read everyday your blog post directly to my mail. Thanks

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