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5-01-2009 @ 11:11PM
Hey, WOW dudesI have heard about your big thing and I don't get it either the whole gaming non real world stuff but go for it.Twitter is not about what are you doing right now.It is about asking a question to the top folks that do whatever you have a question on and getting an answer, it about real time search for business to hear what folks think about their products. Check your stats on this site I will bet you more folks like me checked it out than at any other time. My feed picked it up and was RT( retweeted) 6 times I had over 295 hits on it in 4 mins.... That is seriously real in the real world. My son is into gaming and started a twitter account and now has new folks that like the games he plays it is just a community like yours here.I am talking to the guy above not Mike who knows that Twitter is helping build the WOW community. Those that don't get it normally do not try to take the time to get it because of preset ways of thinking... Web2.0 and 3.0 coming is a game changer.I will go twitter away now......
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