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November 23, 2008


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Mary Alice

That's also why I don't scrap book. I just throw the photos straight into a book. You miss life while making gorgeous pages of life that already happened.


I do not understand Twitter. Constantly updating people on the mundane details of your life? I'm surprised they even find the time to read my blog!


i'm on twitter, but just can't do it. i don't quite get it....


I did tweet for a while, and stopped when I went crazy this summer. I think I'm not going to start up again. It's just one thing too many.

Memarie Lane

and if she were a blogger she'd be taking a picture with her camera phone. :P i've actually done that a few times, but i have no way to upload my pictures to my computer. oh well.


twitter is for twits.


I desired WiFi and Twitter when watching our college teams battling it out yesterday. The 2 worst teams in the Pac10 (and pretty much also the 2 worst teams in the nation!) made for interesting twittering. Dh & I went to rival schools and this game was a big pillow fight in the battle for last place. It was amazing how happy the winners were but not so amazing to see the dejected faces of the losers. All in all, very Twitter-worthy. Alas, I'm not wireless.


me either. No twittering here.


Twittering...no I have a life!

Good call Jen!


I think twittering is wierd. I don't even do the facebook status updates. Do people really want to know every little thing about someone? Not me : ). I like my general and vague knowledge the best!

Nora Bee

I'm a little irrationally afraid of Twitter. I don't do it either.


Me, too!

phd in yogurtry

Twitter must be better with a blackberry, an iphone, or any hand held, back pocket live on the net device. I'm not there yet. Laptop still feels futuristic enough for me (and without the additional monthly fee).,

David Bradley

Microblogging doesn't have to be the mundane minutiae of your life. See it as a global water cooler where you can catch the latest buzz on a vast array of topics. It's like usenet used to be, but instead of subscribing to groups you subscribe to people and flaming and trolling are nowhere near as common.

Since getting more active on twitter I've added several hundred new subscribers to my blog...

Tweet tweet



Twitter? I know not of what you speak...and I think I'm going to keep it that way!! (like I would have the time to do that...hahahahahaha!)


I haven't fallen into the Twitter wagon. I'm afraid there will be no recovery FOR SURE!!

the cheap chick

I'm taking a stand and saying I'm Not Twittering Either, Darn It. Of course, that's because I have no idea HOW to Twitter. I just figured out texting, for Pete's sake.

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