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Twitter

Twitter as a professional development tool
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Joram Hutchins

on 21 September 2010

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Twitter Ten Twitter Mythconceptions
Mythconception #1: Twitter is something utterly new. Mythconception #2: The fact that some people tweet about what they ate for breakfast is a sign that Twitter is shallow. Mythconception #3: People who tweet what they had for breakfast are wasting your time. Mythconception #4: Twitter encourages rampant narcissism. Mythconception #5: If you follow someone on Twitter you’re honor-bound to read every word he or she tweets. Mythconception #6: If someone follows you, etiquette demands that you follow that person back. Mythconception #7: Twitter is a significant commitment that burns up a lot of time that busy people simply don’t have. Mythconception #8: Your number of followers says something about how interesting your tweets are. Mythconception #10: There are right ways and wrong ways to use Twitter. Mythconception #9: Twitter’s 140-character maximum is a liability. By Harry McCracken
http://technologizer.com/2009/05/11/ten-twitter-mythconceptions/
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