Yeah, I guess it is, only you're not texting one individual, you're talking to a group of people. While there may be some shared followers, no two Twitterers share the same conversation.
Increasingly, I find myself using it as a place for mini-posts that replace regular longer posts here on Creative Ink. Call me lazy, but sometimes it's just easier to post a pithy 140-character thought than to carve out the time for something longer here. I'm striving for better balance.
Today, I've been reading about Charles Gibson's interview with Gov. Sarah Pallin. Here are the tweets based on what I've read this morning:
In response to WAPO article in which Jill Zimon is quoted about how Palin manages home/family/work:
@Jillmz Nice! Article is interesting and begging for a blog post. WHY do we have to bring up mommy wars?????
Retweeting item by Tracy Zollinger:
Retweeting @tinymantras Wondering if Sarah Palin will be interviewed by any female journalists before the election. Paging Aaron Sorkin: We need an Andrew Shepard moment to refocus campaigns on what really matters. Krugman: "how a politician campaigns tells you a lot about how he or she would govern." http://is.gd/2wW5 What would Bill do? Politico takes a crack: http://is.gd/2wSo "There is a constituency of people who want their president...to be just as clueless and uninformed as they are." http://is.gd/2x9W
James Fallows on what Sarah Pallin didn't know: http://is.gd/2x8D. Reason? She was not interested enough.