The tweet smell of success

June 18, 2009
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Yes, I waited a while to embrace this particular communication tool, but I'm now official a part of the Twitter world. Want to follow? Just click on the site and add IBJarts to you list.

You can also add IBJdining, which I'll be sharing with Andrea Davis here at IBJ.

What will I be tweeting about? Well, in addition to pointing you toward interesting links, tipping you off to TV programming of note, making pithy comments about entertainment matters, and informing you of last minute arts opportunities, I'll also be giving the heads up on arts bargains, announcing ticket giveaway contests, and more.

One more reason to join: The 20th person who signs up for IBJarts on Twitter today will win a copy of my book "In the Can; The Greatest Career Missteps, Sophomore Slumps, What-were-they-thinking Decisions and Fire-your-agent Moves in the History of the Movies."

Where will you find out who won? I'll tweet it, of course.

Oh, and a question for Twitter vets: What A&E tweets do you find essential or, at least, fun and/or informative? Let us know here.

Your thoughts?
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  • Lou,

    Interesting report: http://www.redorbit.com/news/technology/1704170/studies_show_low_twitter_use_despite_high_membership/
  • For those, like me, who don't want to sign up for Twitter, but want to follow Celebrity Tweets, check out:

    http://www.celebritytweet.com/

    Click on the right hand side and see that Ludacris is quoting Mark Twain?

    I guess the whole world's officially gone crazy.
  • Read that book. Good one. Check it out.

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