Selection of My Twitter Favorites, Edition 3

Twitter is a microblogging service where people answer the question "What are you doing?" via 140-character messages from their cellphone, laptop or desktop. You can select the messages you find useful, amusing, or both. Here is the 3rd edition of My Twitter Favorites:

Fred Wilson
fredwilson the nice thing about doing email that is three days old is much of it is irrelevant now and has been taken care of by someone else
Graham Walker
grahamwalker Friend who shall remain nameless: "You look pale and tired, you need a nap." Gee, thanks. That pretty much sums up my next 3 years. :/
Robert Scoble
Scobleizer Google Reader makes me smarter than anything else I have found online. The stuff I find there is remarkable. Keep it up!
Chris Seper
chrisseper Here's where social paths cross. Just added my son's kindergarten teacher as a friend on Facebook.
Fred Wilson
fredwilson Didn't read the paper or the net today but did catch up on twitter and I think I've got the bases covered now
Paul Kedrosky
pkedrosky Some days I envy the homeless guy who plays the sax every day in the park at the end of my street
Steve Rubel
steverubel Twitter recorded 2.3 million unique visitors in August, an increase of 422% from the same period last year. http://tinyurl.com/5jofuk
Fat Doctor
FatDoctor Can't concentrate on patients...thinking of all the things I could sell on eBay.
Joshua Schwimmer
KidneyNotes No kidding, this EMR has social history checkboxes for coffee intake and body piercings but not ALCOHOL.
Chris Seper
chrisseper street merchant calls to me "Yo Bill Gates." My poor wife.
ruraldoctoring
ruraldoctoring Once you get in the habit of shredding, it seems there is SO much more to shred.
Graham Walker
grahamwalker wonders how an election could be close when our entire economy is collapsing before our eyes.
Jason Shellen
shellen Her: Where are you located? Me:The West Coast. Her: What city? Me: Lafayette. Her: Lafayette the state? Me: Yes... the state of Lafayette.
Joshua Schwimmer
KidneyNotes A first: just got some important past medical history on one of my patients from their Wikipedia entry. (Don't ask.)
ruraldoctoring
ruraldoctoring Sitting around almost comatose, as I have been for several days. I must be getting old, night shifts used to be easier.
Graham Walker
grahamwalker @KidneyNotes Lowest Na I've seen thus far in my short career is 105 from psychogenic polydipsia. Voices were telling him to drink.
ruraldoctoring
ruraldoctoring Morning (almost afternoon). Awake for good, after being up and down with phone calls all night.
Bertalan Meskó
Berci Rainy climate is the best for a geneticist/e-health "worker"...
Vijay
scanman @Berci You're the first person who, to my knowledge, has said something good about the English climate ;o)
Bertalan Meskó
Berci The only country where I would love to live is England (perfect climate, culture, sport, humour and language). Have to find a way...

Micro-blogging on Twitter is easy, fun and can be very useful and educational if you follow/subscribe to interesting people. To see that even "not-so-bright" guys can do it, feel free visit my account at Twitter/AllergyNotes.

You can read more here: A Doctor's Opinion: Why I Started Microblogging on Twitter.

2 comments:

  1. Come to think of it, the teacher never friended me back! Thanks for including me.

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  2. Hmmm... Bad taste on his/her part. Please keep the funny posts going.

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