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Tweeting through October

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Work is heating up (hence my presence in front of a computer on a Sunday afternoon) and one of the things that’s gotta give over the next month, until we get the new MIT Sloan Management Review website up and stable, is blogging. But don’t fear: I’m still going to deliver useless information to you. It’s just that for the next month I’ll be doing it in 140-character increments, i.e. via Twitter. In recent weeks I’ve found it to be a good vehicle for making one point quickly and then moving on. This is not one of those occasional hiatuses (hiati?) I pull here every few months. You’re welcome to follow me on Twitter. And I will be back here on a regular basis once work permits. And, face it, 140 characters at a time of me might be all you need most days.

(For those of you who follow my updates on Facebook, I use Ping.fm to update Facebook and Twitter simultaneously and identically. You don’t have to subscribe to both.)

Written by guterman

September 28, 2008 at 3:57 pm

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  1. You can get the same result — simultaneous updates on Facebook and Twitter — by installing the Twitter app on Facebook. Whatever you put on Twitter (other than directs and replies) goes on your status bar.


    Charlie Barthold

    October 2, 2008 at 12:22 pm

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