I like Twitter.
No. Check that. I love Twitter.
1. It allows me to blog like I am on crack.
2. It allows me to connect to hundreds of people and know what they are doing without the deep theological crap love that lots of blog posts are wrapped up in.
Kinda like a book. When I want to experience the fullness of a story, I read a book. When I want to get to the point, I buy the movie.
Twitter is the movie version of what you are trying to say in your blog posts.
3. I can be rooting for the browns at the super bowl and let you know it on the spot. Although I wouldn’t dare.
4. I have always loved one liners. Sometimes the most creative writing comes when you are forced to do it in 140 characters or less.
5. People let their guard down on Twitter. This makes for more juice. Heck. Did you know that Tony Morgan is sick for the first time in over a year? Not if you only read his blog.
I don’t like Twitter.
No. Check that. I can’t stand Twitter.
1. It narcissistically makes me want to broadcast every random, keep it to yourself, you would never say that in public, thought that crosses the abyss of my dome.
2. I already have no boundaries. What is next?
3. People are now using Twitter to talk to each other. So every time you “reply” to a Twitter update, you are sending me half of a conversation that you are having with someone I don’t even know.
@Jony: Yea, I heard it was good
Who the crap is Jony and What Was Good?!?!?!
A little help for you… D + user name + your message = A PERSONAL MESSAGE THAT DOES NOT SET MY IPHONE OFF EVERY TIME YOU RESPOND TO SOMEONE.
4. Twitter came with text messaging turned on. 55 dollars in text message fees later, I turned that bad boy off.
5. Twitter is not your blog. Please don’t have twitter update every time you post a blog post. That is what my RSS feed is for.