Twitter versus Blogs

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I find it interesting that the more time I spend on Twitter, the less time I spend directly reading and writing blogs. The reason for this (besides the obvious time factor) is that I am finding more and more that most things I need to know are alerted to me via Twitter. This isn’t to say I won’t be reading and writing blogs anymore, but I’m noticing a marked decrease.

Joining the conversation on Twitter I am alerted to all kinds of blogs but also news stories, technical posts, Microsoft happenings and more… with the advantage of immediacy.

Will this phase pass in time? Probably.

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  • Same here. I spend far less time on Facebook and since I have a twitter badge on my blog, I am already expressing my thoughts there so I tend to author blog posts less. twitter is nice and lean and it is immediate.

  • Same here. I spend far less time on Facebook and since I have a twitter badge on my blog, I am already expressing my thoughts there so I tend to author blog posts less. twitter is nice and lean and it is immediate.

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