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I used to think Twitter was a waste of time. That was before I tried it. Actually it's been an incredibly powerful way of keeping on the pulse of business and current affairs, as well as keeping up with some key industry influencers. The 140 character max is a great discipline. It makes it quick and easy to use from the road. And I've been traveling a lot -- so tweeting has worked well.
So I've been a bit quiet on the blogging circuit but fairly active on the Tweet circuit. However, often tweeting can be a bit limiting in telling the full story. I am aiming to try to do more ad hoc blogging in complement with the tweeting, as I visit our customers around the world. Hopefully I can keep up the discipline.
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