Twitter is an Event Aggregator.
I’m getting a lot of pressure from “friends” to twitter and if I had another 24 hours in the day I would definitely do it. Why? Here’s an example of how twitter can focus energy and communication on any single event. Thousands of people who are part of the “Twitter tribe” use it to connect to each other and plug into events. Point in case— David Armano tips me off to this Super Tuesday profile on Twitter which he got invited to “follow”. Essentially it aggregates and links to news items and related links relevant to Super Tuesday in one place Look at the information on that page. A BBC interactive state-by-state election map. Americans in Jakarta voting for Obama (of course). Times when voting starts in different states. Huge amount of information coming in from many sources.
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