Before anyone points how worthless Twitter is,(as inevitably happens on any forum LOL), I follow several co-workers who are reporters in the newsroom, plus the paper's feed. Breaking news. And the WSDOT for traffic news and when they add webcams. I really enjoy the tips from The Graphic Mac. But for sheer entertainment, I follow https://twitter.com/Lileks
"Unless an athlete changes the subject after 3 minutes to something substantial, I don't know why these interviews go longer than 120 seconds"
Oh man, is that ever true. Every time I'm sitting in a restaurant or bar and see some interview on the big screen with an athlete that goes on and on, I wonder "what in the world could they possibly be discussing that would fill up this much time?" After "we played better than them and won" or "we gave it our best but lost," what else is there to say?
FB has become a good way for our family and friends to stay in touch. I was quite skeptical at first, but it is a modern way to stay close over long distances as our family seems to spread farther apart. FB - page
I also created fan pages for my place of employment and that is kind of interesting.
No Twitter, yet, although I have a few friends trying to get me to do it.
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