Property Lines on Twitter

June 22, 2009
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  • Hey, Cory.

    It doesn't really bother me that you're going to Twitter. That's the fad right now, and that's probably where a lot of your viewers are right now. But I hope that you won't forget the rest of us who have a real life and don't tweet all day long. Please keep us informed also. Thanks.

  • Just had this conversation with my nephew.

    Consensus was that twitter is just a bunch of hype.

    So many better ways to communicate.
  • Will do, Joe. Mostly I plan on posting links and items that might not otherwise make the cut on Twitter. The most interesting, conversation-worthy items will be fleshed out in more detail here.
  • Subscribed via RSS & Twitter.. Feeding the neeeeeed
  • Hey Joe - try not to assume that those of use who do use Twitter don't have real lives and I'll try not to assume you're just a crabby appleton. m' K?

    I'll subscribe right up, Cory! Thanks!
  • I can only hope that posters 1 and 2 are right, but I highly doubt it. Morons.
  • I enjoy the posts so far on Twitter, Cory. Good work. And Firewoman... you just made me LOL
  • Welcome to 2008, Little Buddy

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