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
The 140 char emails – Part 1
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.
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dotMobi Evangelism on Twitter
I posted a few days ago about Twitter. Now James has set up an account for dev.mobi so that you can follow.
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.
Trying out Twitter
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.