A tweety pie

Flaschen, Matthew
December 2008
Network World;12/1/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 46, p6
Trade Publication
The article offers information about the similarity of twittering and blogging. One can only understand how twitter works if he enters into twitter. The twitter is like the Ackerman function of blogging. It is stated that twitter is analogous to the acceptable blogging about blogging in which an individual is not only allowed to twitter about twittering, but also urged to twitter about his foray into twittering. It seems to be a foolish idea to write about an entry into twitter, but that is the whole idea is all about.


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