Wouldn’t it be great if all e-mails were limited to 140 chars? Say what you need, straight to the point. no boring threads and attachments
There was a time when bandwidth was limited, people used to be online occasionally maybe once a day, download all their e-mails, read them and later, maybe even the next day, get online again and send them all at once.
Continue reading “The 140 char emails – Part 1”
Just in case you did not care about Twitter, but have an RSS reader you should also check out this blog post by Daniel Hunt that explains a few little secrets about dev.mobi: 10 things about dev.mobi, RSS Feeds, Subscriptions and Tracking.
I haven’t been particularly interested in micro-blogging. I just think that blog posts are really the minimum that can be interesting. At least, when you write a blog post it is still an article: you think about it, you write it and hopefully read it once or twice before you post. Micro-blogging is about typing short sentences quickly and frequently. I’m sure quality will be diluted. Nevertheless, I am told that “the buzz is over there” and that I will miss important stuff if I am not there.
So here is my twitter account, follow me if you care.