Rest of the Day: You Can Now Retweet Yourself
I love to have fun on Twitter with my online friends, but sometimes my messages get lost in a stream of great tweets. But there is good news too! Now you can retweet your own messages when you feel the need to repeat yourself.
- Now you can retweet your own messages when you feel the need to repeat yourself. Hey, you deserve to be heard. Just as Twitter announced last month along with other incoming changes, all users can now retweet or quote their own tweets. Despite my jocularity, it really isn’t that silly or narcissistic; sometimes you want to go back to the highlights written a year ago, or just share something relevant from the past. [Twitter]
- SMS messages are back on Facebook Messenger on Android . As previously seen in the beta of Facebook Messenger , you can now use Messenger to handle all SMS text messaging exchanges. [ David Marcus via Twitter]
- The FCC upheld the FCC rules on net neutrality. This is good news for net neutrality supporters, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and President Obama, who support consumer-benefit rules that prohibit ISPs from handling certain types of Internet traffic differently than others. AT&T plans to appeal this decision. [Politico]
- Rhapsody’s music streaming service is renaming itself Napster. Brings me back to high school, man. The Napster name and logo still have some influence that Rhapsody hopes will strengthen their position in the online music space. The Napster brand was acquired by Roxio in 2003, then acquired by Best Buy in 2008 and eventually merged with Rhapsody. Looks like Napster is backin cellar form . [Napster via The Verge ]