Monday, June 15, 2009

To Tweet or Not to Tweet

Everyone I know Twitters (ok well not everyone but a lot of people I know). I've been holding out on not signing up because I feel like that is one more thing for me to do - blog, Facebook, etc. Lately I feel like I really should sign up for Twitter but I just don't know. What do you guys think?

10 comments:

Lis said...

I feel the same way...I just don't know if I want to take the plunge...

Anonymous said...

I signed up on Twitter but rarely ever go there. It almost seems pointless to me; there really isn't any content other than the "tweets," and those get boring in my opinion.

Mel said...

I love Twitter. I use it more than Facebook and such for friends that I have online.

Facebook is primarily for friends in real life!

RachelSmiles said...

think its pretty fun, i'm not crazy about updates, and you can follow celebrities! totally worth it for the gossip :)

Kate said...

It's so easy to use, espescially if you d/l a program (Seesmic Desktop or Tweetdeck) that allow you to update both Facebook AND Twitter! Cuts down the time, and is actually really enjoyable!

Dmbosstone said...

I got on it just to syndicate my blog posts but now I'm fully hooked. I even installed TweetDeck at home... not a good sign...

that being said I use it to talk to people- not to constantly update the boring details of my life.

tlm said...

I don't see the point. I don't need to know that much about my friends, nor do they need to know that much about me. I can call them.

KT said...

I signed up for Twitter but it made me feel over-extended. Just one more thing to update, be in charge of, blech.

Erin said...

I feel the same way. But I also don't really know anyone who has it besides celebs. I just don't see any difference in it from facebook really. We are constantly changing our status on there too.

Needs Help said...

I signed up to do it through my blog, but few of my IRL friends do it and I always seem to forget to update

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