Several months ago, I began writing a post titled Social Media Migration, in which I was outlining why I have begun engaging more with folks on Twitter and less with those on Facebook. Among the first reasons listed were a simple & clean interface, focused functionality, content control, and speed.
As yesterday came to a close, I realized that one of the main reasons I now turn to Twitter is the diversity of insights gleaned, interests exercised, and resources presented. In its purest form, Twitter is about simple conversation. Just yesterday and today, I was able to carry on the following mini-conversations: (click the Tweet date to view the full conversation)
— Ua Vandercar (@UaMV) September 5, 2014
@UaMV wow dude! Had no idea. Blessing that it all happened during warmer weather. Am I right?
— Jacob Miller (@KineticBear) September 5, 2014
— LM Sacasas (@FrailestThing) September 6, 2014
@UaMV Version 2.6 is now live, with the encryption/masking option added for [fileaway] lists and tables.
— File Away (@fileawayplugin) September 6, 2014
— Ua Vandercar (@UaMV) September 6, 2014
When this tool is stewarded well, you can see micro-communication at its best. So, what do you say? Ready to escape the noise of Facebook? Come join me on Twitter.
Many thanks to my tweeps!