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Birds? Hey, where are the pictures of doors we have all learned to love so very much? Don't you think this might be too radical to suit the tastes of your fans?
I dont get it, but then of course, i have never seen twitter before ether, so that may be the problem.
i generally try to avoid the Social Circle websites.
other than Here and /. and a few other places of total importance. Edited 2008-04-07 13:10 UTC
The idea of Twitter by and large seems to be broadcasting what you're doing at any given moment of the day. At least as I understand it, I don't use it myself either since I generally dislike most of the social networking sites out there.
Well, there's only one post everyone should ever post to twitter - "I'm posting to twitter" - and get done with it already. I see more point in talking to a volley ball.
Rest assured, you're preaching to the choir here, so to speak
I like this one. Good job. You should have a whole series where you make fun of social networks. Actually, you could probably have a 20-part series about each one of them. There's definitely a wealth of material to work with...
Thom, you clearly copy/pasted the same bird into each of the 4 frames
Reusable code, it's a feature!
To the door/s.
First, there was a Door.
Then, there was a Bird.
Following Jeff Atwood (www.codinghorror.com), Brent Simmons, Joshua Allen, John Gruber, etc. on Twitter is interesting and "has nothing to do with Social Networks".
Jeff posts many tweets a day with funy links and stuff... twitter is not facebook people. Try it. Follow a few bloggers and have fun