01-28-09 10:08 AM
- Tre LawrenceBetween RealitiesAnother thing to consider... when the smartest and most influential people and entities in society are involved in an activity, it is probably a good idea, at the very least, to get acquainted with said activity.
It isn't for everyone; I won't make a wide statement like The Future Belongs To Twitter" or such, but I do believe the that the potential to connect is what makes it huge.
I stated in a post in one of the Twitter threads: it isn't just about playing around anymore. There are some real-life solutions that Twitter brings to the table. Other posters have already pointed out the corporate advantages. I have seen it used in ministry (my area) and sports.
But I always come back to the networking aspect. It's all about who you know. The higher that number is, the bigger your sphere of influence.01-28-09 08:47 AM
- Another fun aspect:
Some people I follow:
@wilw (Wil Wheaton)
I'm a geek, but I think it's kind of exciting when a celebrity actually responds to your tweets personally.01-28-09 08:55 AM
- Tre LawrenceBetween Realities01-28-09 08:59 AM
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