FakeBook, Google, Tweeter..
Why would I care what you’re doing?
- The 140-character limit.
- Just another opportunity to interrupt real-world social interactions.
- Enabling attention-deficit disorder sufferers doesn’t seem a like a particularly good idea these days.
- Gives NPR Weekend Edition host Scott Simon an excuse to let listeners do his job for him by tweeting suggested interview questions.
- Created to give Starbucks a way to send us all today’s list of special coffees.
- I have enough media to monitor, thank you very much.
- What part of “trivial” don’t you understand?
- Maybe if we weren’t paying so much attention to our iPhones and Blackberries, we’d notice that the planet is going to hell in a handbasket.
- Patience is a virtue.
- Chances are, I heard already, because I’m paying attention to original sources, not nth-generation tweets.
- Why does every new internet tool have to come with a stupid name?
- On the other hand, “twit” seems like an appropriate term.
- Depending on what’s going on in the loop, being left out of it can be a good thing.
- When was the last time you read a tweet that more than one person needed to see? Just send a text message, for Pete’s sake!
- Civilization managed to survive for 10,000 years without it.
- As if the signal-to-noise ratio on the web isn’t low enough already.
- Doesn’t anyone else realize that we’re already too reliant on telecommunications technology?
- If all your friends jumped off a cliff, you would, too?
- Unless my family is under siege in an Indian hotel, it can wait.
- Really. It can wait. At least until I get back to the peace and quiet of my office.
- Two words: Pet Rocks.
- You don’t see the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise engaged in anything analogous to tweeting, do you?
- Makes “25 random things about me” seem like an intelligent use of what precious little free time most of us have left.
- Got It…
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