I’m almost embarrassed to admit this, but I’ve signed up with Twitter*. I only did it to help Holly Lisle celebrate her birthday, and a lot of my online writer friends signed up, too. I stayed away from it because it just seemed silly. My life is totally not exciting; who cares what I’m doing right this minute?

My online friends, evidently. I have found that context makes a big difference. I’ve read Twitter feeds from others’ blogs and they just seem random and irrelevant. On my own page, it’s like an on-going chat session. Here’s my link if anyone wants to have a peek, but it’s not any more interesting than what you find here. šŸ˜€

*If you’re not familiar with Twitter, it’s sort of a hybrid of blogging and instant messaging. It’s also highly addictive.


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