The fact is that every week, when the sun shines, we’re on autopilot. We don’t want to stop at sunset and make dinner for ourselves. Yet, our actions, routines, and reactions are going to be the next most important ingredient that we are going to need to focus our energy on.
This is where twitter comes in. Because no one is on autopilot when the sun is shining, everyone’s twitter should be in the same place. It’s not as if everyone can just log on and do their twitter. There are going to be several people working on the same task, and if the sun is shining, we should all be talking to each other. It’s not as if we don’t know each other either.
It’s not as if people are sitting still and chatting away. They are all moving about and being active. You could even say their movement is a part of their routine. You could say its a day-to-day part of their routine.
The main idea behind twitter is that it represents a way to communicate with your friends, and if you do something to them, it allows them to share their news/discussions/etc. It’s not meant to be a direct message. It is meant to help their friends see you as a good person.
Its the same thing as a text message. You send a message to someone that you like and they say something back. If you do the same thing to them, they feel like they know you better. Twitter in India is very much like texting. It is a way to share in a more intimate way.
In India, if you do something to someone, you can share it with the entire world. In this case, the person has been hacked and is now being harassed by cyberbully-zombie-bully who are also trolling them.
It is a great tactic to combat cyberbullying, and in India, it is also a great way to share your opinion on something. A good example of this is a tweet that was recently sent along with a photo of a broken bike wheel. The tweet went out with a link to a video clip of a bike wheel that was clearly broken. People retweeted and liked it, and it sparked a lot of discussion on the topic.
I mean, it’s like throwing a water balloon into a pool of water. It doesn’t really do much good if it gets stuck in the water. But if you can get others to retweet it, it can make your point a lot more effectively than posting a link to that water balloon on your wall.
The reason I like being on Twitter is because you’re not necessarily the most popular person. I don’t feel that I’m the most popular person around. I’m a pretty damn boring person, and I don’t have much Twitter experience.