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December 09, 2008

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You should go to itweet.web instead of the regular Twitter page. For one thing, the replies still show up in-line. For another, the page auto-refreshes every few minutes! Also, you can click the little arrow at the bottom of anyone's reply to see what original tweet the reply went to. Oh, and there's a retweet button. Check it out.

Twitter is too complicated for me. I'm still trying to understand facebook.

I'm with Mary. The last thing I need is another social networking place for me to fritter away time with. It's all I can do to keep up with my blog reading!

I like the Twitbin plugin for Firefox. Puts it all in a nice column on the left. Even gives me a pretty blue bird button.

OK, totally off topic but I can't post at work anymore because they blocked me! But I can read and I've been trying to tell you for the last couple of posts:

Bravo!
Yay!
Yes, you're one of the funniest people I know!
Dump the farmer
And that soup stuff is going to kill me but I'm going to make it anyway and enhance my marriage.

That ought to about cover the last couple of posts!

xxoo - Alecto

What I don't get is why some peoples' @replies show up in my main reader and others' don't... even when we're both mutually following. Twitter has issues.

I have still managed to be a Twitter avoider. I just... can't, god I can't.

Still, your post cracked me up, as usual. "And now they do. Thanks, Twitter!" He he. That's just so *you* Tammy.

;)

Melissa: Good for you. Stick to your guns.

Anita: Yeah, that's pretty annoying. So, to respond to your previous tweet, yes, I survived the "fire."

Alecto: What is UP with company's blocking blogs? My mom's company did that, too! What do they expect, that people actually work?? God. I'm going to lose my whole readership. (P.S. You're such a loyal reader!)

Jess: Thanks! I'll check it out.

Sally: I know. I've written Dear John letters to Twitter many times, but I can't seem to condense it to that few characters.

Mary: Twitter is actually way simpler than Facebook, but Facebook already has a Twitter-like feature so it's kind of redundant.

Karen: I have checked and I like. Thanks for the tip.

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