Steve Woolf writes, Reasons to Love Twitter:
As a Twitterer from way back in the day (offline translation: 6 weeks ago), it's been fascinating to watch this service ebb and flow. Or, at least, ebb and flow with the people who I'm friends with on the service.I resisted Twitter for a while.
Chris Brogan was on it, and wanted me to join, so one day I sent him an SMS telling him I was at the train station.
I didn't get it.
Then I joined.
Added friends, yet again, on yet another social network.
But this time it was different.
Although I had thought that it would be silly to post about what I was doing every minute of the day, I found that I could send out a question to my friends and get a quick answer.
There is a living and breathing community here. It's not static. It's alive!
I asked Casey to join. She hasn't yet.
I told her, "Resistance is futile."
I thought that was funny.
I hope she joins soon.