I’m on twitter now: http://twitter.com/Mallioch. Anyone else? Does this finally make me hip and cool?
Nathan Stitt (1/21/2009 10:57 PM)
I refuse to twitter my life away. :)
Chuck Grantham (1/21/2009 10:57 PM)
Let’s see. In order:
No, I’m not on twitter.
No, you’re still not happening and uncool.
Also, you haven’t put the twit into twitter, yet. I find the silliest, most useless stuff the best sort of twitter messages.
However, I’m always thrilled I can call someone else a twit.
Mark Goodacre (1/21/2009 10:56 PM)
Me too -- all us hip kids. http://twitter.com/goodacre.
Judy Redman (1/21/2009 10:56 PM)
Well, being on twitter isn’t something our students talk about. Facebook, MySpace, Beebo, yes. Twitter, no. So, I’d say that’s a "no".
Or should I be more pastoral? "It sounds as though you are concerned about your public image?" :-)
Eric (1/21/2009 11:01 PM)
Judy: I am wondering how far this twitter thing has gone. In the geek sphere it is huge these days. Has it not filtered down to the non-geek crowd?
Chuck: I am cool...I am sure of it...
Nathan: I avoided it for the longest time. After half a day of experience with it thus far, though, I have enjoyed it. I haven’t figured out yet what the right balance is between what gets blogged and what gets tweeted.
Chuck Grantham (1/23/2009 10:49 AM)
Eric: Are you sure you don’t mean "I am cold... I am sure of it." It’s winter in the Northern hemisphere, you know. Put on a sweater. I have an old sweater with lots of question marks on it some guy with a funny accent and a big smile sold me for practically nothing. I can loan it to you.