Jun242009

In Which Gail Imagines What Jane Austen Would Say About Twitter (Special Extras)

I have been battling Twitter all morning, Gentle Reader. This is very frustrating for an OCD former QA tester super-organizer with delusions of someday defeating entropy. I can only imagine Jane Austen on the subject:

Twitter is a party of inferior refinement, wherein people of little consequence say things of no consequence despite the accepted fact that no one is listening, and even if they were, they would not respond.

As you may have determined, I am disinclined to pursue any further avenues of social media today.

Quote of the Day:

“I always like to know everything about my new friends, and nothing about my old ones.”

~ Oscar Wilde
I thought this particularly social media apt.

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