Twitter…. still wondering what it really is?


Twitter in Plain English from leelefever on Vimeo.

Social media is indeed a wave hitting our society.  Will you be in?  Here is a video that explains well what it is, in case you are wondering.  Gonna jump in?  Or ARE YOU in? Follow me on twitter here:  @rkweblog

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

20 comments

  1. I believe Twitter was the name of my hamster growing up.
    Cute little guy 🙂

  2. I believe Twitter was the name of my hamster growing up.
    Cute little guy 🙂

  3. I believe Twitter was the name of my hamster growing up.
    Cute little guy 🙂

  4. I believe Twitter was the name of my hamster growing up.
    Cute little guy 🙂

  5. I remember an old quote by Charlton Heston saying, “the internet is for lonely people. People should live.”
    Blogging – at least, for me – is something that happens once in a while but I’m too busy living my day to day life to think, “I should put this on Twitter.” It’s an interesting concept but I don’t think it really hits home with the mainstream.

  6. I remember an old quote by Charlton Heston saying, “the internet is for lonely people. People should live.”
    Blogging – at least, for me – is something that happens once in a while but I’m too busy living my day to day life to think, “I should put this on Twitter.” It’s an interesting concept but I don’t think it really hits home with the mainstream.

  7. I remember an old quote by Charlton Heston saying, “the internet is for lonely people. People should live.”
    Blogging – at least, for me – is something that happens once in a while but I’m too busy living my day to day life to think, “I should put this on Twitter.” It’s an interesting concept but I don’t think it really hits home with the mainstream.

  8. I remember an old quote by Charlton Heston saying, “the internet is for lonely people. People should live.”
    Blogging – at least, for me – is something that happens once in a while but I’m too busy living my day to day life to think, “I should put this on Twitter.” It’s an interesting concept but I don’t think it really hits home with the mainstream.

  9. Well… I have always looked to Charlton Heston for advice about technology. Sounds insanely brilliant.

  10. Well… I have always looked to Charlton Heston for advice about technology. Sounds insanely brilliant.

  11. Well… I have always looked to Charlton Heston for advice about technology. Sounds insanely brilliant.

  12. Well… I have always looked to Charlton Heston for advice about technology. Sounds insanely brilliant.

  13. Well, I’m following you on twitter now. (@MarkGoodyear) But I’m not really sure what it is either. Sometimes it seems fantastically cool. Other times it feels like a complete waste of time.

  14. Well, I’m following you on twitter now. (@MarkGoodyear) But I’m not really sure what it is either. Sometimes it seems fantastically cool. Other times it feels like a complete waste of time.

  15. Well, I’m following you on twitter now. (@MarkGoodyear) But I’m not really sure what it is either. Sometimes it seems fantastically cool. Other times it feels like a complete waste of time.

  16. Well, I’m following you on twitter now. (@MarkGoodyear) But I’m not really sure what it is either. Sometimes it seems fantastically cool. Other times it feels like a complete waste of time.

  17. Mark… indeed. Why is it that the more cool something is the more waste of time or money it seems to be?

  18. Mark… indeed. Why is it that the more cool something is the more waste of time or money it seems to be?

  19. Mark… indeed. Why is it that the more cool something is the more waste of time or money it seems to be?

  20. Mark… indeed. Why is it that the more cool something is the more waste of time or money it seems to be?

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