“Twittering” away the time

I’ve grown fond of Twitter. One thing it does is limit how much you can write on a post. That’s a real pain in the behind. At first. But it makes you communicate a lot in a short space.

Anyway, I’ve done my feeds. I’m 133 emails to go. And I gotta get out invites to the CES BlogHaus. More on that in a second.

It’s gonna be a late night.

11 thoughts on ““Twittering” away the time

  1. I still don’t get twitter. If I had 10 close friends in town, maybe I would get it. My first reaction was “I’m just too old”, but I think Scoble shoots that theory in the foot.

  2. I still don’t get twitter. If I had 10 close friends in town, maybe I would get it. My first reaction was “I’m just too old”, but I think Scoble shoots that theory in the foot.

  3. Just a random thought for you:
    Your site was block by our school in Indiana…apparently when our school went to a server in Mid-State, your site was “unavailable” by the filtering server.
    I messaged our tech folk to unblock it (I make subtle references to your site for my journalism and newspaper students as the “real stuff that’s out there”) and it’s unblocked.
    Nevertheless, kudos to you and your writing and being filtered by a server in Indiana.
    Peace,
    Chris

  4. Just a random thought for you:
    Your site was block by our school in Indiana…apparently when our school went to a server in Mid-State, your site was “unavailable” by the filtering server.
    I messaged our tech folk to unblock it (I make subtle references to your site for my journalism and newspaper students as the “real stuff that’s out there”) and it’s unblocked.
    Nevertheless, kudos to you and your writing and being filtered by a server in Indiana.
    Peace,
    Chris

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