After Facebook workspace, comes the next giant: Twitter!
Scouting the “non-virtual” real world of web 2.0 workspace, the behind the scene of Twitter is here.
Twitter quickly becoming already became a huge social media player, big corporates like Dell and big news media companies are using Twitter to reach out to their clients and viewers.
If you are reading this, chances are that you came here linking from my Twitter update (Tweet) on my Twitter page.
As of the time I am writing this, there are 4390 Twitter followers that’s getting my updates (Including any new blog posts). That’s close to half of the number of RSS subscribers that I have for this blog. In a very short time Twitter became as powerful as it is.
Why is Twitter powerful?
It’s not what the software does, it’s what the people do with it. And Twitter was built based on sharing.
If you’re not following me on Twitter yet, do so by going here.
And if you are not an RSS subscriber yet, do so by going here.
There will be a lot more talk about Twitter in the near future, but for now, I bring to you the workspace of Twitter in this photo gallery:
Remember when you were young and waiting for the school’s field trip of the candy factory tour?
Well, I do 🙂
Now I can’t wait to go to trade shows with my favorite Web 2.0 companies to visit their tiny booth.
So.. I figured to browse the visits and photo galleries all over to bring you the “behind the scene” actual workspace of some of the popular Web 2.0 offices world wide in a series of posts. Each post will contain photos of a Web 2.0 company. I am starting this one with photos of Facebook SF (The last 2 photos are from the brand new Facebook NYC).
Images credits: All images on this post are properties of obvious photographers!