Twitter Channel for SAS Users

Dear All,

Screenshot-SAS Language Central (sascommunity) on Twitter - Mozilla Firefox

I just created a twitter channel for everthying about the SAS language. (independent of SAS institute as of now)

That’s right -using RSS feeeds, keyword filters, key bloggers AND tweeters and using http://www.twitterfeed.com this is a firehose of information on  everything SAS- includes Google Search and Twitter Search. I am still modifying it before transitioning it – Scandavian Airlines messes up some results for examples.

Anyways if you like to follow tech tweets this is one more-

http://twitter.com/sascommunity

Creating Online Communities


Sometime back I had asked the question- How much do you think would it be to have the top 100 bloggers on SAS language on the same page, in a manner that the RSS feeds get updated on their own. The answer is here-

Wordframe. I had covered this software before in comparison to Ning.com and they proved favorable.

This is a small startup, East Europe based and very hard working. They allegedly wanted to become open source and had plans to create third party applications when I checked with them in January but this may be on hold for a new product launch.

Would sas.com pay for 1000$ set up fee and 200$ monthly fee for getting the top 100 SAS bloggers on their sascommunity.org website.

Would oracle pay for 1000$ set up fee and 200$ monthly fee for getting the top 100 Oracle bloggers on a website sponsored by them.

How much would Aster Data pay for say 100 bloggers about Hadoop ( ahem- assuming there are 100 people who CAN blog about Hadoop- a bit like Einstein’s 5 people in the world can understand his theory of relativity).

Check this site out.

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Creating Online Communities

Sometime back I had asked the question- How much do you think would it be to have the top 100 bloggers on SAS language on the same page, in a manner that the RSS feeds get updated on their own. The answer is here-

Wordframe. I had covered this software before in comparison to Ning.com and they proved favorable.

This is a small startup, East Europe and US based since more than a decade and very hard working. They allegedly wanted to become open source and had plans to create third party applications when I checked with them in January but this may be on hold for a new product launch.

Would sas.com pay for 1000$ set up fee and 200$ monthly fee for getting the top 100 SAS bloggers on their sascommunity.org website.

Would oracle pay for 1000$ set up fee and 200$ monthly fee for getting the top 100 Oracle bloggers on a website sponsored by them.

How much would Aster Data pay for say 100 bloggers about Hadoop ( ahem- assuming there are 100 people who CAN blog about Hadoop- a bit like Einstein’s 5 people in the world can understand his theory of relativity).

Check this site out.

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Award : Analyticbridge.com

Blog post on http://www.analyticbridge.com/group/memberofthemonth

Ajay Ohri has been selected as our Member of the Month for the second time. Most recently, Ajay recruited great new members, posted numerous interesting messages on his blog, added many applications and feeds to his profile, and contributed in many other ways to make AnalyticBridge better.
To be eligible for the Member of the Month award, a candidate must .

 

More details here

http://www.analyticbridge.com/group/memberofthemonth

ps — I am still waiting for the SAS Rookie Slumdog of the Year Award.

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