David Armano is asking whether corporate types could use Twitter. Of course they could. Anytime you have an audience corporate types will try to get their stuff in front of that audience. The thing is, if you do it in a way that pisses off your friends (who are really the ones who watch Twitter anyway) then you’ll get poked in the ribs at the next party.
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