So is the Twitter currently taking over your lifetime?


Is the Twitter dominating your life?
So do you article to theTwitter whist you attend events and conventions and assess your stream?
Do you have a look during encounters at the Twitter?
When you get into work, do you assess the Twitter first?
Whenever you’re cooking at home do you assess the Twitter as things cook?
If you’re watching TV, do you look at the Twitter, rather than seeing the program? Do you participate with others about the program you’re currently watching with a hashtag?
What about if you go to bed, is the last thing you do before going to sleep is to look at the Twitter?
Is it?
Do you pick on where to get coffee so you can assess the Twitter, dependent on the free wifi?
When you bought a new cellphone, was the simple fact that it could run a Twitter program one of the main reasons for buy?
When handing over contact info would you say @user rather give the person your email address?
Maybe there is a more important question, could you give the Twitter up?
Or do you need to leave a comment saying it is called the Twitter it Twitter?
So could you stop using theTwitter? Not for perhaps. Maybe, just over the vacation period? Or weekend? Why can you do this? What’s the point?
Or is it about quitting using the Twitter but considering the importance of Twitter concerning everything else.
Personally, for me the Twitter is about the coffee. It is the conversations you have in the morning, it is the conversations you’ve got in a meeting or an event, it is the conversations you’ve got over coffee in a conference involving the sessions. It’s a conversation without the limitations of geography and in certain ways time.
For me personally though it does not replace those conversations, it adds them, it enhances them but in the main I still have these conversations. I really don’t utilize theTwitter to avoid those or instead of these.
Obviously lots of things are said during these face to face conversations, mundane things such as the quality of the coffee, speaking about posts and programs, folks we have met, people we have seen, the quality of the presentations, keynotes, and sessions.

Additionally, there are people we avert those, during those conversations that speak those that have views about what, about themselves, those that promote what they do: Quite simply those that speak and don’t listen all the time.
With conversations over coffee, one of the aspects is that you don’t hear all of the conversations, and you don’t necessarily hear the beginning or the end. You dip you join, converse insert and leave. Obviously if you don’t join in that dialogue people may talk about you, or things you do, but generally you won’t be missed and you won’t even be considered.
Which brings us straight back to utilizing the Twitter.
If you get started using the Twitter instead of actual conversations afterward, you might choose to consider how you’re using the Twitter. In the conclusion of the day that the Twitter stream isn’t important. If you miss any of it it isn’t important, you don’t need to check it all the time.
Should you feel you need to have a break from the Twitter you do. It isn’t important if you don’t, even if someone else can, and then tweets out they are taking a break from the Twitter.
For me personally the Twitter is a significant tool I find useful, there’s a great community on the market, but I can say the same about casual conversations over coffee. However like every conversation it isn’t important to hear the whole and each conversation. You dip in and you are able to dive out. If required, when you move away to events or on leave you will overlook conversations on the job, but generally you don’t have to hear them stuff will get to you.
I am aware that when I don’t participate with the Twitter that most folks won’t notice and.
Oh, and I promise not to say the Twitter anymore!


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