Then I realized my angst has nothing to do with Twitter. Thousands of geeks texting random thoughts and keeping us up on their mundane status probably has value. I’m the first to admit I’ve been wrong about these things before.
No, it’s not Twitter bugging me. It’s the effusive glee that’s annoying me as blog post upon blog post fills my RSS reader with accounts of grown men being reduced to giddy/clubby school children. These are bloggers I subscribe to and read regularly…folks I (still) respect.
That said, I wondered how fast the Twitter buzz is spreading. I only read a fraction of the feeds out there. Technorati and BlogPulse helped me put it all in context.
Twitter has ramped up quickly as part of the conversation. But comparatively this specific conversation is taking place in a tighter circle than
we I realize.
Phew. OK, so It’s early and I simply have the “Look! Shiny! Blues.”
For a second there I thought I was going to have to sell my house and start worshipping Evan Williams full-time.
Hate the game, not the