Is Twitter like Instant Messenger?


Ewan McIntosh
Ewan McIntosh

ewanmcintosh Choice on the one part, polite hollering on the other - that's why Twitter and not Instant Messenger 04:20 PM August 06, 2007 from twitterrific
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Ewan McIntosh
Ewan McIntosh

ewanmcintosh It's like Jakes' conscious is clear when he can send a shoutout without thinking he's interrupting someone in the course of their work 04:20 PM August 06, 2007 from twitterrific
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Ewan McIntosh
Ewan McIntosh

ewanmcintosh 'Cos when Jakes is talking to you in the morning, I'm setting up for an early evening beer, but I can still help out if I choose. 04:19 PM August 06, 2007 from twitterrific
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David Jakes
David Jakes

djakes @twitterverse. At my Web 2.0 workshop demonstrating Twitter. Participants are asking why twitter? How about telling them? 10:16 AM August 06, 2007 from web

Miguel Guhlin
Miguel Guhlin

mguhlin Diff is we're all connected NOW in a large conference without the onus of being silent. No expectation of participation...frees us up to com ... 09:46 AM July 13, 2007 from im
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Durff
Durff

Durff @fceblog: so what are the differences btwn twitter and IM? 10:41 AM July 13, 2007 from web in reply to fceblog
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