Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Twitter Generation

So I signed up for twitter a few weeks ago. I literally held out as long as I could. I mean, I am young and hip. I have not one but TWO blogs. I am part of the Web 2.0 generation. But I could not see the point of twitter. I mean, do people really need to know what I am thinking in 140 character segments all the time???

I guess so. Because some of my enterprising readers found my twitter account without me advertising it, or even making it public. Actually, it's not *my* account, it's for Brego. But still. People found Brego on twitter. I suddenly feel old and obsolete.

So for those of you who just.can't.get.enough Brego, I present to you: Brego on twitter.

I am still not sure how chatty I will be on the service, since I need more "connection" like I need another hole in the head. But it's fun and all the kids are doing it these days.

See ya there!

P.S. No, I do not have a Facebook account. Period.


sylvia said...

I'm trying to figure out this cool new hip thing, twitter. LOL! Funny you should mention facebook. There was a blowout on there today....
I'll be sure to check twitter out!!

Funder said...

Well, let me know if you suddenly understand the appeal of Twitter. I am digging in my old crotchety heels and refusing to participate in that nonsense. GET OFF MY LAWN!

One Red Horse said...

I am neither young nor cool and just started a twitter account. I like the idea of "twiku" and it feels like a mini-me for my blog. Silly all these electronic thingies that are so much fun. You have a new twitter follower.

manymisadventures said...

Eh, another on the 'let me know if you understand the appeal' bandwagon.

I mean, I'm 18. Theoretically I should be up to my eyeballs in Twitter.

I just don't get the appeal, though. *shrug*