As a follow-up to yesterday’s post on Twitter, here are the links to two interesting articles from The Times. The first, Now you’ve no excuse to be Twitter-illiterate, references the injunction and super-injunction controversies of the past week in relation to the part that Twitter played in it all – with tens of thousands of people tweeting what the press could not. The second, All you ever wanted to know about Twitter… but were afraid to ask, is  a step-by-step guide to everything you could possibly need to know about Twitter from who to follow to what’s the point? Even for experienced Tweeters it is worth a read for further suggestions of whom to follow. I have to agree with the latter article that the tweets of @Queen_UK (an anonymous person suggesting our sovereign’s daily musings such as “Denmark has banned Marmite. Seriously considering banning Denmark.”) are really rather hilarious.


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  1. As someone incredibly new to twitter too, I find the whole thing a little strange – and somewhat addictive (which I think is something to be careful of). However, I agree that it affords a higher level of accessibility than blogging (although, I am of the rambling sort – I find the character limit frustrating sometimes), and an ability to converse with other readers and bloggers instantly. What with all these interesting looking Times articles, I wish it wasn’t subscription only!

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