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Not a penny more, not a penny less.

29 Apr

I guess the key to making Twitter fun is to have exactly the right number of people that you follow – not so many that you can’t follow them, and not so few that it’s not worth checking in every couple of hours.

My list seems to be a fairly good mix of US and European/UK folk at the moment (OK, I think no Europeans, all UK) so there are fairly regular updates – it might help if I added an Aussie or two 🙂

Using it seems to have reduced the amount of general to-do-list blogging that I do, which is probably not really a bad thing. That’s mostly procrastination, anyway.

For example, I could blog about the weird work I am doing at the moment. Instead of, you know, doing it.

I think I’d better not, though – it’s taking a lot longer than expected.

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2 Comments

Posted by on April 29, 2008 in meta, work

 

2 responses to “Not a penny more, not a penny less.

  1. Fraser

    April 29, 2008 at 3:34 pm

    For example, I could blog about the weird work I am doing at the moment. Instead of, you know, doing it.

    Or you could blog about blogging about the weird work instead of, you know, doing it :devil:

     
  2. RacingHippo

    April 30, 2008 at 2:42 am

    …checking in every couple of hours…

    Checking in? What is this strange concept?

    Go and get yourself a desktop client or FartFox extension – there’s a gazillion of ’em listed here => http://twitter.pbwiki.com/Apps (as if you needed another website to eat up hours of your time…).

    I’m using Twhirl at the mo. ‘Tis good.

     

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