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Twitter | john and lis
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Twitter

john

The latest phenomenon in online social networking is Twitter. It’s a micro-blog that acts much like a community instant messenger. It asks you the simple question “What are you doing right now?” to which you respond in 140 characters or less. It’s free and easy to use. I have become an avid Twitter user because it helps me stay in touch with my family but there are many fascinating people and organizations to follow out there. I use the Twitterific client to update from my Mac and iPhone. Here’s a USA Today article on Twitter.


One Response to “Twitter”

  • SKH Says:

    Twitter fits a niche, but there are some people who are private Twitterers, so following them awaits approval.

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