Twitter?

I’ve been contemplating getting twitter for a couple of weeks now.

When I first heard about it, it was definitely not something that sounded up my alley (I’m usually not short and concise : ).

Then again, I never thought I’d start a blog either. Anyway, it seems like every baseball blog I read has twitter – literally, I’d peg the number at like 50-60%. That’s just crazy to me.

If you use twitter or have any advice for me, let me know what you think. Is it something I should try?

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8 responses to this post.

  1. Whatever happens, don’t ever use the word “tweet”.

  2. LOL @ Melvin’s comments. Nice (though I have to admit I use the word). Myron, get twitter… You can get updates you would otherwise not get… If you want to send tweets out though, make sure what you’re sending is relevant and not redundant to site-posts… You can get it and just follow people or you can update people as well… It’s an intriguing tool.

  3. I’ve found it to be far more useful than I ever could have imagined in terms of connecting with others. Like anything else in life, a lot of what you’ll find on Twitter is garbage, but that’s not enough to dissuade me from using it.

  4. Posted by Myron on July 8, 2009 at 11:07 am

    Melvin, I like that advice : )

    And thanks guys, I’m still considering it, but I’m guessing I’ll end up trying it …

  5. Do it! That’s where a lot of Padres news is breaking thanks to Corey Brock @followthepadres

  6. I got it about two months ago. I don’t post many updates, but as others have said, it is a good place to get news as it breaks.

  7. Posted by sdpads1 on July 9, 2009 at 5:23 pm

    According to Stephen Colbert the correct term when referring to an update you made on Twitter is “twatted” not “tweet”. Just keep that in mind.

    http://www.tmz.com/2009/03/19/stephen-colbert-i-have-twatted/

  8. Posted by Myron on July 9, 2009 at 11:30 pm

    Thanks for the input, guys, it really helps. I’m still thinking about it ….

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