weblog > 11/07/07Twitter has come over us. Should I include it here in my social web burn out blog? It is of course a great record of the doings of people around the world, insofar as they have access to the internet and/or are in possession of a mobile phone, and as such it is an archival goldmine for future research and documentation of what people actually were doing at a given point in time. But, I can't help asking myself: Is Twitter a waste of time or a revolutionary networking tool
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