I’ve been using my version of fundamental analysis to identify stocks and then using newspin to visually identify a good time to get into a stock. However with time at a premium, I was trying to figure out ways for an algorithm to predict good times to enter and exit a stock.
So with that in mind, I introduce a new feature on newspin which generates Buy and Sell recommendation. Now this is an experimental feature, so it might change over time but do check it out and see if you agree or disagree with these calls.
This time last year, we were at Namche Bazaar on the way to everest. Since I’ve had a few requests to share some pics, I thought of posting it here.
Introducing recent searches on tweetcareers.com. Now keep track of recent searches so that you dont have to write the search terms again. The recent searches also keeps track of new jobs added since you last searched, so hopefully that should save time as well.
While newspin has a ssl certificate, I was debating on whether to add it to my new job search engine. I own both the domains of tweetcareers.com and tweetcareer.com which both point to my current job site so I would either require certificates of both or setup a redirect to point to one of the sites and have a single certificate.
I use cloudflare for cdn management and logged in today to setup a redirect when I noticed that cloudflare has turned on ssl by default for all sites including their free domains. Woo hoo, one headache automatically managed. Cloudflare, going above and beyond customers expectations and a wonderful cdn management service for anyone looking for them.
That was a mouthful. While twitter careers is a job site based on twitter, I didn’t have a facility to tweet the job from the site.
Now you can tweet a specific job right from the website back to twitter. If you include our handle in the tweet, we will retweet it for you.
If you’ve tried tweet careers, you might have noticed some weird results the last few days. I’ve tried improving the matching algorithm and hopefully you should see more appropriate results. Ofcourse my goal is to keep improving it, so go ahead and try out the Twitter based search engine and feel free to give me your feedback.