For many writers, using the website is about narcissism, but it can also be about participating in a daily creative exercise. Composing something interesting and/or funny in 140 characters or less is often more difficult than we’d like to admit and it forces you to cut the fat and focus on sentence structure and necessary language. It’s also a fascinating way to see what the public responds to and what they ultimately reject. You might wonder why your tweet about cheese got 60 retweets while your really funny observation about post-modernism received two. There seems to be no rhyme or reason to any of it. Trying to parse what resonates and what doesn’t is usually a frustrating crapshoot, but at least it forces you to stay on your toes.
Monday, January 31
"On Keeping a Twitter [Account]"
If you don't read thought catalogue, you probably should. Reading is good for you and no- reading blog excerpts or online marketing banners and advertisements doesn't count. If you tweet or have a working understanding of what Twitter is, read this.
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