Friday, May 15, 2009

Twitter causes brain damage?

Stripped from a press release:

Social media expert David Seaman claims that frequent Twitter use causes the "equivalent of brain damage."

"We're seeing 30 and 40 year olds acting like overly emotional
teenagers on Twitter," Seaman said. "It's not all that healthy."

Twitter use also takes complex ideas and boils them down into
"overly simplistic soundbites" according to Seaman, who is
annoyed by the service's 140 character text size limit.

"Basically, Twitter has some good uses, but it's making us all a bit

Well, there you have it ...

Happy Friday, everyone!

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