The about-that-time

“What is twit­ter all about?” is a regu­lar ques­ti­on twit­ter user have to ans­wer, becau­se they are using it. En gross it’s about get­ting and sharing infor­ma­ti­on, whe­re­as that infor­ma­ti­on is most of the time low of qua­li­ty.

So the ques­ti­on ari­ses again: “What is twit­ter all about, if not just spen­ding your time ran­dom­ly?”

Well, you could ans­wer, twit­ter was one of tho­se things in life, whe­re the ques­ti­on of its sen­se can’t be put in one sin­gle sen­ten­ces, whe­reu­pon this wouldn’t mean the­re was none. It just would lie in its poten­ti­al to use it. This is a qui­te phi­lo­so­phi­c­la ans­wer and hard to cri­ti­ci­ze as it goes down to the argu­ment: Having some­thing with a pos­si­ble usa­ge is bet­ter than not having it at all.

But some­ti­mes twit­ter is good to explo­re yours­elf and get­ting infor­ma­ti­on about your own in a sort of soli­lo­quy:

How good you can sha­re the­se new know­ledge achie­ve­ments to the world.

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