13. Why I Am on Twitter

After hearing me talk about the frustrations, the automations, and the tribulations of Twitter, you are probably wondering “If Twitter has become such a pain for you, Tee, why do you still do it? Why do you deal with the ups and downs of people in and out of your community, the days when everything feels like noise, the times when nothing you tweet comes out right? Why, with all the hype that happened just within the writing of this book, do you remain connected with the network?”

That’s what’s behind this chapter—a sum-up of the enthusiasm, the optimism, and the overall good vibrations I get from Twitter. You can call this the “Feel Good” chapter, the “Warm Fuzzy” chapter, or the “Tee Morris Wears His Heart as a Three-Piece ...

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