Graham Spiers: It’s a real treat to tweet, so try not to overdo it
Scotsman - almost 6 years
Don’t wreck your life or your marriage – learn to keep your Twitter time under control, writes Graham Spiers Twitter currently has 145 million users worldwide. The projection is that, such is global humanity’s desire to cheep away to each other about everything and nothing, a whole one billion of us will be using Twitter by the end of 2013. At the moment around 330 million “tweets” a day fly around cyberspace – a sum that is about to seem paltry given the avalanches of new users expected to come on-stream over the next 12 months. For those of you not yet in the know, Twitter is a communications-medium whereby you can talk, jest or comment in brief soundbites – limited to 140 characters per time – for the satisfaction (or rage) of those who wish to follow you. It is a means of chatter, the spread of knowledge, opinion-making, self-promotion, plus various other sometimes dubious pursuits. Twitter can be both banal and profound. In the banality stakes, for instance, Coleen Rooney, Way...
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