Monday, March 31, 2008

Tweet. Tweet.

Groovy Girrrrrrrl talked me into Twitter. I've been avoiding it. It's hard enough to create some sort of interesting blog post every day that doesn't make me sound like a Total Loser with No Life.

Back when answering machines came out, I waited a long time to get one also. I didn't want to know just how many calls I wasn't missing.

Well, I'm trying Twitter. I put the little widget thing over there in the sidebar, too. So you can see just how unexciting most of my days are. WOO.


  1. I'm sorry, I don't know what this twitter is? First time I've seen, it but you cracked me up...hope you've wiped that pedestrian off your car! LOL..don't worry your day sounded more exciting than mine! :O)

  2. Hi Kitt,

    Thanks for leaving a comment in my post troubleshoot sidebar at bottom of page problems and for your kind words. Glad the post helped you.

    Peter Blog*Star
    Blogger FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions_
    (Blogger FAQ in progress. More will be added as I have the time)

  3. i used twitter for a bit, and then realized all i kept informing everyone of was my iced coffee intake! hahaha.

  4. Oh my gosh, I'm totally addicted to twitter after only a week! It's so fun! :-)

  5. I joined yesterday! As soon as I post this, I'm going to start following you.

  6. Twitter, gina and db, is a "micro-blogging" tool. Posts are limited to the size of a text message, with no pictures. If you are "following" someone on Twitter, all their posts show up on a web page you can check, or you can have their posts sent to your phone. And you can do your posting from your phone, too. (As you can with Blogger.) I haven't decided yet whether I like it or if it's just more noise.

    Hey Peter, thanks again for having such a useful blog. It's very helpful!

    Pink, are you still posting? I fear that may be how I end up, too.

    Katy and Niki, I'm following you.

  7. I signed up with Twitter a while back and still don't know what the heck to do with it or why. LOL. I give new meaning to the expression Muddle-aged. This one truly stuns me. Why Twitter? I dunno.