The value of Twitter

Friday’s Finds:

friday2“From @SteveMartinToGo interview: “Writing is now so essential to our lives online. Sometimes it’s the only thing people see of us.” So true.” – @thinkitcreative

What an anonymous British sheep farmer can teach us about the power of  Twitter: “though it took me a while to realize it, I had the tools to connect to thousands of people around the world” – via @mathewi

“Twitter gives you an amplifier for your voice… It cuts out the middleman (I don’t need you to interpret and translate my life and my work for other people – sorry journalists but I’m a shepherd not an idiot). It lets you find your niche (and that niche can be massive). It lets you sell things … and it lets you connect with weirdly interesting other people.”

The real value of Twitter in 1 image, by @ValaAfshar @tom_peters @sandymaxey

the value of twitterRich people don’t actually create the jobs – via @eprenen

But, ultimately, whether a new company continues growing and creates self-sustaining jobs is a function of the company’s customers’ ability and willingness to pay for the company’s products, not the entrepreneur or the investor capital. Suggesting that “rich entrepreneurs and investors” create the jobs, therefore, Hanauer observes, is like suggesting that squirrels create evolution.

 

@Kasparov63: 21st century democracy needs to adapt to 21st-century technology. The gap between information to public & government response has grown too big.”

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