140 characters at a time

At this point, with more than three million users and over a million messages a day, Twitter is the dominant player in micro-messaging, providing the best platform for connecting with a broad range of people and for sharing both personal updates and corporate information, says Sarah Milstein in “Twitter and the Micro-Messaging Revolution:  Communication, Connections, and Immediacy–140 Characters at a Time,” (O’Reilly, 2008). “In addition, its API has enabled a robust ecosystem around it that makes Twitter far more valuable than the service alone,” she adds.
I’m looking forward to reading this report (PDF, 54 pp.) and sharing a review.

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