@MrHenko But that’s marketing. Which is just about the only thing worth using T or FB for. I can announce something there and even if the response rate is infinitesimal, I am reaching so many people that I might get some interest. Here, not so much.
And that’s the way I like it. The network effect becomes its own demise.
@manton Same here! I can’t even count the number of podcast episodes that I’ve listened to that has spent a big chunk of its running time complaining about Twitter yet still in the final “where can people find you” segment the hosts always give their twitter handle as contact information.
It actually makes me genuinely angry from time to time.
Increasingly frustrated when people complain about Twitter but wait for it to improve or for something better to come along. It doesn’t work like that. There’s no switch to flip. There is only the steady growth of indie microblogs, improving the web over years.
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