Question by  4lizzieb (120)

What is Twitter for?


Answer by  DulceDeLeche (219)

i think its most interesting use is for medium-important info. stuff that is really important you would call or blog about... unimportant stuff is not worth mentioning... but twitter is great for communicating all that information that you might otherwise not touch - its surprisingly valuable.


Answer by  lindsay (111)

The way I explain Twitter to my mom is this: It's like sending a text message to the whole internet. The people who want to know what you're doing can subscribe to your messages and vice versa.


Answer by  whitekeys (112)

The people who made it call Twitter "microblogging." I don't actually know what that means, but basically, it's for networking, for keeping in touch, for passing information, and most importantly, venting frustration about technology, politics, or annoying coworkers.


Answer by  notso (84)

Sending short messages via electronic means.


Answer by  mitul69 (2)

enabling conversation and sharing info with like-minded people


Answer by  nicole7257695 (15)

Twitter is an internet site that allows everyone to keep in touch. Set up an account and find your friends, family, or coworkers. Twitter keeps it simple by having you answer the question, 'What are you doing?' Your friends and family can keep up with your actions while you travel or stay at home.


Answer by  harS (19)

Twitter is a free micro-blogging and networking service. It allows a group of people to stay in touch almost continuously by reading the short text-messages, that each of them frequently posts to his or her profile page, using the web, by phone, or through instant messaging.


Answer by  elsewhen (627)

you basically submit really short messages (140 characters or less) specifying what you are doing at that moment. your friends can follow your submissions and keep track of what you are up to.

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