2 thoughts on “twitter”

  1. What’s to get?

    If like me, you were expecting it to lead to a cultural re-appreciation of Emily Dickinson and her brevity of expression you were a fool. It’s a continuation of culture of texting. I find typing with my thumbs to be infuriating, so twitter is a piece of technology that’s not for me either.

    This explanation makes some sense to me:

    http://whatever.scalzi.com/2009/04/03/reader-request-week-2009-8-twitter/

    and then there’s this:
    http://gizmodo.com/5211135/man-builds-chair-that-tweets-his-farts-single+handedly-justifies-twitters-existence

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