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  1. May 10, 2010 3:43 pm

    Great observations from Conan. Another story for businesses to wake up a bit a realize what is going on online and how it can affect them.

  2. May 10, 2010 9:08 pm

    This IS a great post on the power of Twitter, no doubt.

    Perhaps it’s my decidedly fewer-follower-naivete, but while I think Conan values the power of Twitter, I don’t think Conan really “gets” Twitter. He’s worked very hard for years in his career and deserves to have a big following. But the fact that he only follows one person–well, so much for networking, interaction, learning from others, gaining knowledge in his field, being appropriately humbled by people who know more than he, and being surprised that others find him (and his skill set and knowledge base) interesting and desirable. I think a healthy understanding of Twitter involves all of that.

    But of course, he’s in a different minority culture than the majority of people on Twitter, and it works for him. I’m happy for him that after such crazy sanctions that Twitter has revived his career. But for the rest of us…

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