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Drew Bernard

Wow Beth, to be honest, I don't really find the little updates about what people are doing at the moment to be of value to me personally or to the work I do. Yet I can say with confidence that my time spent in twitter is providing a high ROI.

The people I most get value from (and add value too, i hope) are those who are focused on things that relate to my world or work. The interesting thing about Twitter is there are a lot of folks who are doing things that relate in some way, but most are way outside of my normal social-network. Their Twitter feeds point me towards things they are seeing or have them thinking.

I see what events these people are attending, what links have them thinking, ideas that are popping in their heads.

Maybe I am just no fun :)

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