I've been playing around with Twitter
these last couple of weeks. Yes, I know behind the times as always. It's an interesting little place however where people of all denominations contemplate their intentions, thoughts and deliberations for all the world to see of course. Regular brain dumpers are Jonathan Ross
, Stephen Fry
, Richard Madeley
, Barack Obama
and Katie Price
. "I'm still keeping a dignified silence I have made no comments,"
she says before going onto make some comments.
I have dabbled and still occasionally dabble with Facebook
, but have found that anyone I know over the age of 30 can hardly be arsed with it, except those people that keep finding you and you wish they hadn't. It can be handy to find old mates or to look at obscure friends of friends sat on the beach on their summer holidays, but you won't be finding any photos of me or anyone else on my page as I find the whole thing slightly intrusive and gawky.
Twitter is said to have about 5 million users and is perfect for those with an attention span of a goldfish, like myself.... Oh, sorry micro-blogging is what the techies call it. Anyway if you want to you can follow me, as they say, here if you wish