1 February 2009

As I was already a Twit...


...I've joined Twitter and, with a nod and wink towards the owner of Off The Telly, have called myself Ruddyell. Yes I know, I know.

I haven't much idea of what's going on at Twitter but it has already revealed details of one blogger's piles, so we've made a start.

7 comments:

Olaf Legend said...

i too have joined this myseterious cult - the hard thing for I is to get any body to answer, let alone to follow!

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Callum said...

I've searched and can't find you. Follow me (my name and surname all in one)

Mark X said...

Twitter's certainly a mysterious beast, for something so simple. How come I can see some people's replies to people I'm not following, but not others? Just how can what is basically a hugely restricted web forum be so popular, yet addictive? Why do I feel compelled to check my Twitters from my iPod Touch as soon as I wake up? Despite being badgered into joining Facebook by practically everyone I know, I hardly ever go on there, so why can't I do anything on my computer unless TweetDeck is safely running in the background?

If it has achieved nothing else, Twitter has proved almost without doubt that Philip Schofield isn't just the nicest man on telly, he's actually the nicest bloke on the internet as well.

Bright Ambassador said...

So you do Twatter but not Faceberk? Where's the sense in that?

Matthew Rudd said...

Quite simply, I don't trust Facebook. I have an account be keep deactivating it.

Roman Empress said...

Oh God.