Twitter turns five today. It can now go to kindergarten in the Fall.
The obvious question is where Twitter will be in five years. A lot of internet big names have risen and fallen. A few years ago Myspace would have seemed like the place to invest in, but now the site is stagnant. AOL seemed to be everywhere at one point, but now has a much smaller public footprint. Remember Altavista? Even if you do you likely haven't used it in years. Being on Twitter may seem tired in a few years, replaced by some other concept.
On CBC Saskatchewan's The Morning Edition this morning host Sheila Coles commented on the banality of many Twitter messages, like people sayng they're eating breakfast. Given that Twitter is an online equivalent of cell phone text messaging this is no surprise. Lots of text messages are equally trivial.
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