Twitter is a free social messaging utility for staying connected in real-time.

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3 comments on this post.
  1. Sante:

    Completely agree with you … actually I have been stressed on a number of issues over the past few weeks and just “sat back” and watched people, observed behaviors and I see so many nose dive on a new or trendy technology just to look good and follow the crowd – then as soon as someone “famous” doubts the usefulness, off we go on a wild goose chase seeking the newest and most trendy web 5.0 widget

    What many fail to understand in my view is a very simple aspect of technology – it must be enabling and allow the users to deliver added value: many use it as a loud speaker.

  2. Sean:

    I agree totally. I look at these things as I would look at the old “CQ, CQ, CQ” of HAM radio in the past. (I am lisenced ham) If it could be like the old invitation to the masses to converse, it would be great. Unfortunately we all know what would happen, (in other words what would be trashed).

  3. chris:

    Twitter seems like such a waste of time to me – celebrities telling us what they had for breakfast, pleeease…

    I know a lot of businesses are starting to get Facebook pages but I really struggle to see how this will be of benefit to them – I don’t know of a single person who would use Facebook to interact with a business…so lame!

    Chris

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