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Twitter: Followers are not always Friends!

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The famous science writer David Bradley has 10,000 followers…

Anyway, what he says is

I also know that at the core there are a few dozen friends and contacts with whom I regularly trade tweets and links, with whom I direct message (DM) and with whom I even have conversations via email, messaging, SMS, the phone and even in the real world.
It’s entertaining, it’s a chance to share what you know and learn about what you don’t. It’s a chance, vaguely, to earn a crust. It’s not really about the numbers.
While every follower matters, there are only a limited number that count”.

Bradley, David. Count envy, satisfaction and achievement. ScienceBase, posted on February 11, 2011.
http://www.sciencebase.com/science-blog/count-envy-satisfaction-and-achievement.html

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Written by hbasset

February 15, 2011 at 6:04 pm

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