A "hobo" clown at heart, down on my luck (previously but not now), but eternally optimistic :o)
Hi Ken,Wow ... what a coincidence. Someone e-mailed me this earlier today. I think this chart gives twitter too much credit. Maybe I'm wrong, but I don't see twitter as being a long-lasting stand-alone business. It's more like an interesting feature that could be included in a broader social networking play. Also, sheesh, is there really that much of a market for minute-by-minute updates from the Average Joe?Best,Marty
Too funny! (And Honey, it's Twitter, not Tweeter. :)I'm with Marty. Although I'm on Twitter, I don't find it as useful or as versatile as Facebook. I find that I like maintaining my blog, Facebook is a nice supplement (easy to quickly add a video or article), and Twitter is just sort of a silly, quick update. I can see it losing its appeal quickly, at least for me.
Okay, that graphic is hilarious! haha And SOOOOOOO true.
I'm with Marty and Beth........I'm not fond of Twitter either.Hugs, Rose
The graphic is great, I LOL'd when I read it. I have already grown tired of my twitter.
My ADHD interferes with my ability to focus long enough to open a Twitter account; however, my narcissism pushes me to Twitter just so I can stalk Denzel Washington, assuming that he's on Twitter.
Apparently I'm a Narcissistic Stalker, since I am on Facebook a lot! lol
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