Comments for en-gb 30 Fri 22 May 2015 15:19:54 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at U14717142 This post has been Removed Fri 10 Dec 2010 15:51:53 GMT+1 Gaz This post has been Removed Sun 03 Oct 2010 05:55:59 GMT+1 andrew Worse than a BBC employee advertising a commercial product, having to pay for Richard of Richard & Judy to advertise his celebrity stream. Mon 26 Apr 2010 23:04:07 GMT+1 Green Soap Yet you're not a "journalist" of an organisation that's meant to report in a fair and balanced way, MBP. Sun 25 Apr 2010 21:29:33 GMT+1 MacBookPro Stop complaining about Twitter and/or claiming Facebook is better. It's opinion. My opinion is actually that Facebook is utterly horrible, whereas Twitter is much better. But it's personal preference at the end of the day. Sat 24 Apr 2010 08:50:45 GMT+1 Aidy While everyone is complaining about more twitter blogs, you seem to have overlooked something else....this blog is merely reporting that someone else has added something to their own blog. It is just passing on someone else's post, there is no significant contribution or comment. Thu 22 Apr 2010 08:21:22 GMT+1 Max @Fishfingers.Although I find the BBC's coverage of twitter as unnecessary and annoying as you, I would like to point out that Twitter neither show advertising or make a profit. Thu 22 Apr 2010 07:34:15 GMT+1 Shamus Soon Twitter will be like publicly accessible e-mail. Interesting. Wed 21 Apr 2010 18:17:15 GMT+1 soton1990 All this blog ever seems to be about is either Apple or Twitter! Why do you hardly ever report on other companies who make smartphones or other social networks? It's always Apple and Twitter! I have complained to the BBC on several occasions that they should be more impartial in this area, but clearly they haven't taken these comments onboard. When will you get over your obsession with Apple and Twitter and report on a wider range of issues? Wed 21 Apr 2010 18:10:24 GMT+1 FishFingers I've shared my thoughts about the BBC and Twitter on dot.rory before, but I'll post them again here so you are aware too Maggie.Section 13 of the BBC's editorial guidelines states:"We must avoid any undue prominence or giving the impression that we are promoting or endorsing products, organisations or services. To achieve this we must:ensure that references to trade names, brand names and slogans are clearly editorially justified.not linger on brand names or logos and use verbal references sparingly unless there are very strong journalistic reasons for repeated references to a brand."The BBC posts "news" about Twitter (either on its blogs or on several times per week. Often the content is not newsworthy and the brand name is used unnecessarily. Twitter is a privately owned company - it has investors, shows advertising and makes a profit. The BBC should not be promoting it in this way. Wed 21 Apr 2010 16:51:22 GMT+1 Ross Why does the BBC love Twitter so much? In terms of users, Facebook beats it by far. Twitter is just annoying and endorsed by 'celebrities'. It's exceedingly irritating, seeing '@davesmith - lol i c wut u did thar!' Wed 21 Apr 2010 16:32:19 GMT+1 JGScotland "With annotations, Twitter could become a platform for sharing anything, not just 140 characters of text. Perhaps new apps will allow users to share media like photos, videos and music? Or they'll add more details about a tweeted link? Will you tag your tweets? Share vCards? Create polls? "You mean e-mails? Wed 21 Apr 2010 15:58:04 GMT+1 Green Soap When will you get over this fad? Any time soon? Wed 21 Apr 2010 14:19:04 GMT+1 Guv-nor Glad to see it has been fixed, even if that was done without comment. Wed 21 Apr 2010 12:22:37 GMT+1 Guv-nor The illustration is clickable, however it returns a 404 error. Fail Whale I think. Wed 21 Apr 2010 11:19:44 GMT+1