Posted by banjopaul67 on Friday, September 25, 2009
I just posted an new blog post on my blog (see address in signature below) where I invited my blog readers to open a Twitter account, with the idea that if we can get lots of banjo pickers to follow each other, we can create a community of banjo pickers on Twitter. There are so many ways to have a presence online, and there is nothing like the Banjo Hangout of course, but I find Twitter to be a quick way to be social with a whole bunch of people at once. It's micro-blogging and only good for 140 characters or less at a time, but I'm really finding this a great way to both send and receive short little updates from those Twitterers that I do follow. I'd love to be able to see little updates about all of you each time I take a little peek into Twitter. The fun part of this art form is belonging to this community. Care to join me in building a Twitter banjo player's community? Hey, it's free!
So there's the invite; if you are not real sure what Twitter is or why you should bother, sign on to my blog and read the post I just made. It'll answer some questions and you might be enticed to join me. Hope everyone is having a great end of summer/beginning of fall, and I'll chat with ya'll later!
Saturday, September 26, 2009 @12:14:10 PM
Yep, I do tweet. You'l find me under my BHO moniker banjer5 but a warning, I'm one of those TEA baggers and called a "Right Wing Radical".
Monday, September 28, 2009 @7:17:15 AM
Hey Fred, I'm a right-winger too! Glad to know you. I just followed you on Twitter, looking forward to your Tweets!
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