Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Blawg Review 186 highlights some recent Twitter talk in the blawgosphere. I don't get that there's much to discuss: microblogging is faster and more immediately interactive (i.e., results-producing) than longer form discourse, which remains great when you have something to convey that doesn't lend itself to 140 characters or less. I'm extremely grateful for Twitter and Laconica — but for them, you wouldn't be hearing much at all from me these days I slog through work and motherhood. For lawyers seeking further enlightenment, hie thee to Niki Black's Twitter 101 for Lawyers. For the rest of the world, ignore this, you're already there.
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