Rover418275 wrote:Don't use Facebook, Twitter etc, what a load of cobblers..... why are people so vain that they want every aspect of their lives put into the public domain?
Far from being cobblers, Twitter is a very useful tool. I follow the BBC headlines and so get news updates as they happen, far sooner than most people that wait for News at Ten or read a Newspaper. But then I am very interested in current affairs. Likewise I follow the Met Office and get weather updates. I also follow Prof Brian Cox and the lovely Dr Alice Roberts, both of whom I have queried something with and have had replies. I would never have been able to interact with these interesting people any other way. Following the landing of "Curiosity" via Twitter was very exciting. They are just new ways of communicating, no different than this forum, you just have to open your mind a bit.
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