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  • I signed up to find out what all the fuss was about – and after some evangelising from other English Language teachers – but have now deleted my twitter account. I just don’t get it.

    It’s not as simple as a text message, it’s not as developed as a blog post and it’s not as fun as Facebook. Am I missing something?

  • For those Facebook Natives, the appeal of Twitter diminished somewhat when the ‘big change’ came in the FB interface. The advent of the new Twitter-Style status update had pretty much made the standard use of Twitter redundant (assuming most of your online pals already have Facebook).

    Now you can blissfully update your friends (fake and real) about your (often exaggerated) adventures in your Facebook status (aka Face Brag). You don’t even have to limit your expression to a few measley characters – and let’s face it, if you live the kind of laugh-in-the-face-of-phrasal-verbs lifestyle that many of us enjoy, who could attempt to dazzle their mates with only 140 characters?

    Tolstoy must be spinning.