Fire Away With Twitter Thursday Questions

August 23, 2012

I know users have questions that they’d have answered on various topics and I want to try and answer those questions. So I’d like to start up a new feature here in the blog called Twitter Thursday. You send your questions to my Twitter account of @fostercoburn and I’ll address those questions in a Thursday blog.The main restriction is the question has to fit within Twitter’s 140 character limitation. If you don’t use Twitter, you can still benefit from reading the blog posts with questions and answers. You simply won’t be able to ask questions.

So what types of questions are fair game? For the most part the questions should relate to graphics software and/or the computers upon which the software runs. But if you have a somewhat off-the-wall question you’d like to ask, I might just take a stab at it.

I will try to answer all questions asked, but that might not be possible if I don’t have an easy answer or there are simply too many to answer. If there are multiple similar questions, I may pick one of them to answer. When I do answer the question, I will also include the question with your Twitter handle.

Ideally I’d like this to happen every week, but that is really up to receiving enough questions for each week’s post. Since this is new, we may shuffle the way it works over time if there seems to be a better way to do it. I’m excited about this so start firing away with your questions!

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Foster D. Coburn III is author of 13 best-selling books on CorelDRAW and has been a contributor to numerous technology and graphics-related magazines. Foster has taken many projects, including this Web site, from the early design stage through to a finished piece. He has been a featured speaker at many graphics conferences. His first Web site was built in 1995 and he has been working exclusively in WordPress since 2013.

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