Are you tweeting? The Twitter “revolution” is the next Pet Rock, this year’s Tickle Me Elmo, the latest Toyota Prius. If you’re in the dark, you’re out of fashion. But more than one columnist has dismissed this microblogging craze as narcissism taken to a new level. Others point to estimates showing that idle tweeting costs businesses billions in lost productivity. But only a few have acknowledged one simple observation about Twitter: A network of people answering the question “What are you ...
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