Slapdash

March 18, 2011

New feature

Filed under: Change,Day-to-Day — Chantelle @ 1:19 pm

I have been trying out twitter lately, and I must say it is a bit of a rush when someone thinks you are important enough to subscribe to.

My twitter account has actually been active for… oh, probably a couple of years by now but I’ve never really taken interest in it until now.

If you read my blog in its actual page (rather than in a viewer), you may have noticed that I added a twitter feed into the sidebar. I am not sure if this is where it is going to stay, or even if it is going to stay at all. This is a trial run.

What are your thoughts on twitter (and/or twitter running in conjunction with a blog?)

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2 Comments »

  1. I decided that I can’t twitter. I need the filter of time between my brain and my fingers typing. The big problem is that I am often pretty witty, my friends even sometimes say downright funny. But that would change the moment I tweeted about someone who recognized themself as the subject. Then it wouldn’t be so funny anymore. So I blog, it gives me time to reflect, to put the thoughts and feelings through the washing machine of time and rinse out some of the negative and filter out the mean or angry words.

    Comment by Hedge — March 18, 2011 @ 2:58 pm | Reply

    • Thanks for your input 🙂

      So far I am doing okay with Twitter. I don’t tweet from my phone, as I don’t have a data package. I think that helps a lot for the reflection/transfer time.

      Comment by Chantelle — March 21, 2011 @ 1:23 pm | Reply


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