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Tom Limongello

What about people who like to shout out at a particular city, region or country, much like old school rappers do? I like to use twitter to keep in touch and taunt people on the opposite coasts of the US and Asia. Sometimes I just want talk to people in the neighborhood, like the Upper West Side as a group, much like Steven Colbert talks to his 'Nation'. The scale is not important, but a member of this group must have geographic target audiences in mind. I suggest a new group...ConstituentTweeters

Lydia Sugarman

How about Twittercide? When someone abuses their followers with too many posts, too boring, too much information, just too much that results in people *unfollowing* them.

Then, just wondering if there's any Twitterquette we should be following? I guess a start would be to avoid becoming any of the undesirables defined in the body of your article.

AlphaGeek

TwitterTwits - the truly clueless that somehow managed to wander into the scene and cannot, for the the life of them, seem to figure ouot how to get out. Twittering bleakly about "It's so dark in here, I haven't found an exit..."

Where is a grue when you need one?

AlphaGeek

TwitterTwits - the truly clueless that somehow managed to wander into the scene and cannot, for the the life of them, seem to figure ouot how to get out. Twittering bleakly about "It's so dark in here, I haven't found an exit..."

Where is a grue when you need one?

Nick Huhn

How about NITwits? Not Interesting Twitterers.

Tom Guarriello

TuttiTwitties, people who follow everyone.

Bob T

Pete, how about "Twitreviews" (or "Twitterviews" or "Twitpinions") - opinions/recommendations/pans posted by users (i.e., "Iron Man rocked!", "My Treo 700p sucks", etc.)?

JKash

CheeseSpam

A comment from a twitter blog post:

"The fact that the individual is “streaming live now” and wants to chat with you, blogging, and eating a cheese sandwich makes me as a follower uncomfortable and unwilling to interact with them."

Why CheeseSpam? The cheese sandwich comment is right on. My own theory: the other person must think such tweets are Fon-to-Due. lol.

Lance

Twitless: They have an account, have serveral followers from their other networks, and .... the silence is deafening. (Self portrait??)

Twurkers: Again, nothing to say, but follow EVERYBODY. (Similar to TuttiTwitties?)

Markus Hübner

Twittaddicts - Twitter addicts that can resist being one minute offline or not following their twitter feeds and responding accordingly to everything.

Mike Figliuolo

Twitequette: the rules and social norms of using twitter (sort of an umbrella for many of the behaviors you're already articulating).

The proprieties of conduct as established in any class or community or for any occasion.
The code of ethical behavior regarding professional practice or action among the members of a profession in their dealings with each other.

Steve J.

How about Parrot Twits ot Twit Owls: Posting random attributed or unattributed quotations such as "Managers do things right and leaders do the right thing"

Candi

The story line is awesome. But the bigesgt improvement in this AC is that there's always something to do. You can wander off and find other things to do besides the main storyline. You'll come upon all kinds of side quests and towers. I love how well designed everything is. One giant city with non-stop activity. Catching pickpockets and couriers is way less frustrating. Combat is way more balanced. More challenges more content. And they scaled back the whole collect the flags/feathers/etc stuff to just 111 items total. And the huge set piece puzzles are amazing too. In ACII I loved the church where you had to get all the way to the top because it was epic. It seems like there are pieces like that everywhere. So if you enjoyed just trying to figure out how to climb the different things there are so many different things in this game that it puts the first two to shame. And what a real shame is is how this game came out so late in the year and might not win game of the year. I'd say I like it as much as Red Dead Redemption in story telling arc. And it blows most other games away with it's action combat and graphics. I'm thinking possibly game of the year.

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