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June 21, 2007



that was my take. i never could figure it out, despite all grace's imprecations.


I'm not sure I want to tell people what I'm doing all the time.

Twitter is a management time study writ large and voluntary.


I don't get it either. I don't think the world cares if I tell them that I snuck out of work to get a snack again.

There's a podcast I listen to called "Bucket" that's now started doing Dramatic Twitter Readings, just for kicks. You can imagine how that goes.


My philosophy is to never be involved in any web artifact which rhymes with a Mariah Carrey movie!


I can Twitter anywhere. Here: I just read your post about Twitter. Am writing a comment about it. Now I just scratched myself and thought about trimming my fingernails. Whoa -- it's so immediate!

[On the other hand, I read stuff by deep tech thinkers who think Twitter's the next big thing in being always connected and present in one's communities of interest, which could include everything from workmates to your fantasy league baseball buddies.]


I did it too and I'm not quite sure why. I thought I could incorporate it in some fun way to my blog; a quick and dirty way to do a speed post. Unless the Twitterer (is that a word?) is doing something very offbeat or they're incredibly funny, I don't know I really care. Time will tell how long I stick with it. In the meantime, I shall go now and add you to my Twitter list! How's that for contradiction.


I would think if you were chatting when your friends were online, it would be more fun. (Um, that was my little "duh" moment, in case you missed it.)


i still missed it.

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