MacMost: Social Media

Using Twitter Without a Twitter Account
You can use the popular Twitter site even if you don't have an account. Without an account you can still see messages posted publicly by others, and search for hashtags and specific news.
MacMost Now 498: Twitter Lists
Learn how to use Twitter lists to organize your Twitter home page. You can group together people you follow by category and view only that list. You can also see which lists others have created and follow a list that fits a topic you are interested in.
MacMost Now 304: Starting Your Own Blog
Learn how to start your own blog using a free blogging service. Get tips about which topic to choose, what to do to get off to a good start, and learn about common blogging mistakes.
MacMost Now 280: Making Twitter and Facebook Icons with iPhoto
Learn how to take a photo in iPhoto 09 and make a small square icon to use as your icon or avatar in social media networks like Twitter, Facebook and other blogs and forums throughout the Web.
MacMost Now 235: How To Get People To Follow You On Twitter
Learn how to build a following on Twitter using a selection of techniques to create an audience that is interested in what you have to say
MacMost Now 232: Finding People to Follow on Twitter
MacMost launches a new Mac Users Guide to Twitter section. In this video, if you are new to Twitter, find out how to find interesting people to follow to make your Twitter experience better.
MacMost Now 220: Uploading Photos From iPhoto 09 to Facebook
iPhoto 09 allows you to create albums that sync between iPhoto and your Facebook account. You can add more photos to an album later on, and receive tag information from your Facebook friends back in iPhoto.
MacMost Now 127: Upload From iPhoto to Flickr and FaceBook
Gary Rosenzweig looks at two extensions for iPhoto that will allow you to upload your photos directly from iPhoto to Flickr and FaceBook.
MacMost Now 59: All About Twitter
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Twitter, the free service that lets you and your friends keep track of each other. Follow Gary on twitter by going to