My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 031309

From the home office in Austin, Texas…

#1: @defrag has been saying he thinks the economy is slowly coming around. To that end: and

#2: “I think the days of the traditional San Francisco startup approach are numbered.”

#3: @petefields Companies should follow all who follow them. I’d bet companies’ tweet reading is more keyword & @reply based, not person based.

#4: Maybe it’s just me, but Techmeme has improved a lot recently in terms of the variety of interesting stories. Human editor + user tips = +1

#5: “Facebook is the SharePoint of the Internet”

#6: This shouldn’t be too controversial…The Case Against Breast-Feeding in April’s Atlantic Magazine

#7: If browsers were women (h/t @mona)

#8: I’ve been blissfully unaware of what Sophie’s Choice is about all these years. My wife told me about it last night. Never gonna watch that.

#9: Actively banishing artists showing up in my recommendations: Peter Cetera, Richard Marx, John Parr.

#10: In an email f/ my son’s preschool: One kid: “We’ll take them home in the future”. My son Harrison: “But I’ve never been to the future.”

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2 Responses to My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 031309

  1. Lou Paglia says:

    okay, now this is a fantastic meme for a blog post. If you don’t mind, I think I may have to start doing this as well.

    • Lou – have at it! I like to memorialize some tweets from the week, and sometimes people see interesting things in them. Easy blog post for the weekend.

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