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So to me twitter is a slow paced chat medium and it's too much fun! but for sure it makes you less active blogger as you will vent the ideas within the 140 characters limit and feel satisfied but it can also be a source of inspiration.

It's funny that people take twitter seriously! well, maybe we all should. I'm really shocked with its effect and how it connects people more than Nokia! or facebook! Here is what happened in the last two months of tweeting

An Arab American lady tweeted me asking if I can help her finding her father in Jordan and of course I tried and I noticed the flood of tweets to her from Jordanian twitterjiyeh trying to help her out! the last breaking news from her was, I got his address!

Another good happening on twitter? what's better than receiving a tweeteh saying you got %?? (Almost free!) on iPhone! you guessed, I have it now and for sure you will be very active twitterjii when you have that cool gadget

Again, Twitter is fun, not sure if I could list everything but I virtually meet with one of best travel writers who actually tweeted back when I tweet asked about the cheapest day use around the Dead Sea! Not enough? Meet with a U.N intern doing a research on Peace & Islamic Studies in Jordan. More? Helping a German doctor planning her trip to Jordan, in touch with Cycling for Peace and planning to accompany them to the borders.


and Today we have the first Amman Twitter Meet up! Wooooooohooooooooo! 7Pm News N' Coffee, 1st Circle.

Twitter is fun! follow @jadmadi on twitter

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  1. Gosh darn it Jad, is it really that good?

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  2. I love Twitter but I started wonderig if it's keeping me away from blogging! And I realized there is alot of porn junk twiiteriah out there (like you call them)

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  3. I thought about joining twitter, but I realized that I really don't want to be kept up to date with every little thing my friends are doing, or having more conact with strangers. Sure, like you mentioned, there are some positive roles of Twitter, but I just don't want to know every little detail about so many people.

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