Sunday 19 November 2006

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Your single social network

I’ve been enjoying twittering over on Twitter recently (here I am). If you hate blogs because you think they’re full of people rambling about pointless details of their mundane lives you’ll hate Twitter, which makes it as easy as possible to post snippets to the web (and your friends’ phones and instant messengers) letting everyone know exactly what you’re doing RIGHT NOW. I’m not sure how much I’ll use it when the novelty wears off but it reminded me of a couple of ideas I had recently. Here’s the first, with the second to come later…


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When using Twitter I love the trickle of updates from friends about what they’re up to. Each update is rarely earth-shattering in itself but I enjoy the cosy ambient feeling of being more in touch with what everyone’s doing. This reminds me that a few weeks ago I was wishing there was a piece of software that made exactly this kind of keeping tabs on friends easier. I shall call this vapourware Panopticon.


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Photos taken Sunday 19 November 2006

19 Nov 2006 at Twitter

  • 11:15am: Sorting through a cache of dusty old cassettes I found under the bed.
  • 06:39pm: Enough computing for the weekend... off to read and stuff now... relax...
  • 09:48pm: Watching a history of house music and wishing I had a more mis-spent youth.

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