10 Twitter Stories in 140 Characters

As brains rewire for a different kind of social networking, people find the need to explain key concepts in far fewer words.

It’s a way to navigate vast facts and insights that fly faster and with more urgency than ever before, while staying in touch with others you admire.

Interestingly,  Brian Clark and others discovered,  you can say lots about your field in 140 characters. Do you agree?

Here are a few examples of twitters related to rewiring brain cells today:

Thanks to a few Tweets today, from friends,  colleagues and cool new contacts, amazing wisdom’s tossed  into my ring for further thought. Life is good!

2 Comments

  1. rummuser says:

    Ellen, I am happier on a face to face social networks and still depend on the old fashioned telephone, to keep in touch. I have been forced into being a member in a couple of social networks and have to literally drag myself to respond when I get prompts by email. I am part of four yahoo groups and that keeps me updated on what my fellow alumni and family are doing and I keep posting mails in them. I do not intend to expand my involvement any further. I simply do not have the time.

    rummusers last blog post..A Hilarious Cartoon.

  2. eweber says:

    Thanks Ramana, I too held off for a very long time, and now am on a 30 day trial:-) Looks far better than I’d thought in a day that was already way too busy:-) So glad to have a chance to meet folks like you in the online networks! Make a person rich!!

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