Now Twittering, if you happen to care
But there is strong evidence that you may not, according to a new Harvard Business School study of 300,542 inviduals.
The research found that “most people” only tweet once in their lifetimes.
Among the precious few who stick with it, “half of all the people using Twitter updated their pages less than once every 74 days,” according to the study.
“It looks like a few people are creating content for a few people to read and share,” said Bill Heil, who carried out the work.
I have to admit that I am a Twitter slacker.
The only reason Newsosaur will be tweeting in the future is because search guru Danny Sullivan, who couldn't stand my recalcitrance any longer, set up the new, automatic feed.
P.S. In another technical breakthrough, this is my first airborne post. It is coming from 36,027 feet over the Utah-Colorado border, owing to a slick, $12.95 wifi connection on Virgin America. Now, if they only could master the technology of spacing the seats farther apart...