Signed up for Twitter

22. May 2007 10:00

Last week, Keith Elder mentioned that he signed up for a Twitter account.  After reading a few of his updates, I decided to give it a try.  So, I signed up for an account as well.

I have been signed up for four days and managed to post four updates.  It is an intriguing concept, but I can easily see how it becomes more work than fun.  For now, I will continue giving it a try, but I'm not sure it will last long term. 

If it sounds interesting, I would encourage you to sign up and give it a try.  Feel free to add me on your friends.  My handle is jeff_barnes.

Comments

5/26/2007 6:29:15 PM #

If I could get the damn AIM client to work, I'd twitter more probably.  Did you setup your phone so you get twitters from friends?

Keith Elder |

5/28/2007 12:47:06 PM #

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Same problem for me.  The AIM client refuses to work.  I do have my phone setup, but it would just be much handier to have the AIM client during the middle of a work day.

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