4 Comments on “Twitter v MySpace & Facebook”

  1. Is it right to compare a socialising website to a micro-blogging one? Anyway I love twitter as it is on-the-go type. I don’t have to log in to the site to know what my friends are doing.. my space will die a slow death but facebook is still live and kicking when I last logged in

  2. You might say that Twitter is also a social network as it connects you with friends in a similar way as Facebook. Main difference is that you have less ways of sharing info (which I find a strength).

    Less is more as they say… and that definitely goes for Twitter.

    What I was trying to say (somewhat clumsy) above is that I think we might see a shift in how the social networks will be (features etc.). And the graph was supposed to illustrate recent trends and back this up šŸ™‚

  3. Ditto, ditto, ditto… šŸ™‚

    Told “Tom” several times ages ago kind of what you said.. *Still* can’t maneuver the site for the Life of me..

    Visually, MySpace is a nightmare.. Worse than Yahoo! 360 ever thought of being.. Would that, with how involved everyone is, *someone* could come up with a beginner’s guide to keeping all the images the sites allow and still have them readable..

    Facebook, hm.. My “twitter” over there said almost the same.. Site is almost *too* busy for this ol’ cuss.. ACK.. šŸ˜€

    *Just* found Twitter a few days ago.. Was without a computer here at the house so only got maybe a couple of hours at the library.. Social networking was a no-no.. Just now catching back up to cyber trends..

    Twitter, I like.. Trying to get friends to adapt it to their websites.. We’ll see.. Need to take a few seconds to track down the CSS it will take to make sure my fingertips’ twittering does not take over the right side of my blog.. :))

    Enjoying what you share..

    Peace and best wishes from Georgia.. šŸ™‚

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