It’s hard to say anything useful in 140 characters. But it is fun!
I like to think of twitter as the perfect ADD Blog.
Teach me, it takes me 200 to say Hi!
It is mindless fun!
its not what you say..rather what you point too -
I post using a twitter bar… and just prepend the target url with my comment
the idiocy continues…
It’s as hard to say something useful in 140 words
[...] usw. veröffentlichen. Die Möglichkeiten sind zahlreich. Man könnte es so eine Art Micro-Blog [...]
It’s hard to say something useful… period.
A nice little trend, no stickiness. No flies on that paper. Uneconomical.
[...] update, it looks like they’re doing something that seems very similar to Twitter, the popular microblogging service that has been picking up steam in recent months. This latest update focuses primarily on [...]
[...] Bardzo długo nie wiedziałem o co chodzi, słabych objaśnień jest kilka. Mówi się, że to microblogging, albo implementacja „przestrzeni [...]
[...] not use a regular blog – with out the constraints of max 140 characters (is this the new dogme – Scobleizer thinks it’s fun)? If you want to post twitter like messages in a widget on your normal blog, why not use a regular [...]
lol.. how about 200 characters! thats how many you have at microblogr
[...] Not too long ago, Twitter was all the rage, and it was stunning to see that just shortly after the initial coverage during SXSW in March, reporters were already elaborating on the concept of micro-blogging, [...]
not sure about everything.. but kannada greetings site rocks
Found a great resource for sending kannada greetings on http://www.kannada-greetings.com
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Well I like all platforms, Twitter, Plurk, Identi.ca, Pownce… latelly I had subscribed to Kwippy and Jaiku… Why? Because I found new friends on every microblogging platform.