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All a Twitter: A Personal and Professional Guide to Social Networking with Twitter by Tee Morris

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10. Getting Personal

So where do we go from here? We covered the website, the variety of applications, the ways to tweet on a mobile phone, and we even took a serious look at when Twitter falls short of the great expectations that people put on it. Haven’t I learned everything about Twitter yet?

Well, no, young Skywalker. You are not a Jedi yet, but you are very, very close.

This chapter and the next couple of chapters focus on how people use Twitter, how people take everything you’ve been thrown between the first page and here and actually make Twitter into something they truly enjoy.

Harkening back to the previous chapter where Jon Stewart shook his fist (If only Twitter had stayed off his lawn...), Twitter does appear to be “all about me” ...

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