I’ve been thinking more and more about how little time I spend on Twitter as I used to. Sure, I check in now and again and have it running in the background sometimes, but it’s nothing like my first year, where I hung on every tweet and wondered about what I was missing when I couldn’t be online.
Slowly, this feeling has changed. Maybe it’s because I’ve built a dependable network. Maybe it’s because I’ve matured as a learner and as a sharer of ideas. Maybe it’s because, like with any new technology, Twitter has lost its sparkle.
Don’t get me wrong. I value my network on Twitter. I am always speaking of its virtues. I just use it differently now.
For nothing more than some old fashioned fun, here is a little graph called The Twitter “Wow” Factor.