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Twitter, for twits?

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a word rarely used here in the US is the word ‘twit’ – wiki defines it as

“A British slang word for an insignificant, foolish or annoying person.”

its somewhat ironic the social tool of the month is twitter. I ‘tweet’ here in this blog – its over to the right and i tweet under concavesports. i frankly don’t get it. i have debated this with some of the investors in the past. Well i cam across this little gem this morning. If you, like me are struggling with the use of twitter you might find this helpful

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One Response

  1. Alex says:

    Came across this article this morning. Funny how we had a chat about this not too long ago.

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