- Page (biz/blog/etc) badge config tool here
- Profile (personal) badge config tool here
- Plus-One (+1) button config tool here
- WordPress Plugin that creates a widget for the badge (easier than inserting the code in your theme’s header)
Because I can’t ever seem to find it without several Google searches, here’s where you can get official twitter buttons, badges, etc. to put on your blog or website: http://twitter.com/about/resources
Also, this is a great WordPress plugin for displaying your Twitter followers: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/twitter-fans/ .
UPDATE: having problems with the above plugin not saying the number of followers correctly. It’s stuck at 101 on one site, where there’s more like 130.
So I wanted to be able to share what Android Apps I have installed/am using. Since I’ve spent a fair amount of time with my phone, picking apps, customizing, and even hacking it (still new at that part), I wanted an easy way to share what apps I’m running.
1) Sign up for http://www.appbrain.com (just use your Google account)
2) Install the AppBrain app on your Android phone (and authorize it with your Google account)
3) Install Android Share plugin on WordPress website: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/android-app-share/
4) Add widget to sidebar (or page/post with shortcode), including your AppBrain Username & the List to display.
Here’s my apps: http://www.appbrain.com/user/tevyaw/