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Why would I care what you’re doing?

  1. The 140-character limit.
  2. Just another opportunity to interrupt real-world social interactions.
  3. Enabling attention-deficit disorder sufferers doesn’t seem a like a particularly good idea these days.
  4. Gives NPR Weekend Edition host Scott Simon an excuse to let listeners do his job for him by tweeting suggested interview questions.
  5. Created to give Starbucks a way to send us all today’s list of special coffees.
  6. I have enough media to monitor, thank you very much.
  7. What part of “trivial” don’t you understand?
  8. 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.
  9. Patience is a virtue.
  10. Chances are, I heard already, because I’m paying attention to original sources, not nth-generation tweets.
  11. Why does every new internet tool have to come with a stupid name?
  12. On the other hand, “twit” seems like an appropriate term.
  13. Moby-Dick.
  14. Depending on what’s going on in the loop, being left out of it can be a good thing.
  15. 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!
  16. Civilization managed to survive for 10,000 years without it.
  17. As if the signal-to-noise ratio on the web isn’t low enough already.
  18. Doesn’t anyone else realize that we’re already too reliant on telecommunications technology?
  19. If all your friends jumped off a cliff, you would, too?
  20. Unless my family is under siege in an Indian hotel, it can wait.
  21. Really. It can wait. At least until I get back to the peace and quiet of my office.
  22. Two words: Pet Rocks.
  23. You don’t see the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise engaged in anything analogous to tweeting, do you?
  24. Makes “25 random things about me” seem like an intelligent use of what precious little free time most of us have left.
  25. Got It…

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