I've got a new way to view Twitter these days, looking at the collected tweets of people who work at two companies: The NY Times. and at Twitter itself. I hoped to see cohesion, discussion between people working on projects together. Not yet. Last night I added an aggregation of the tweets of the Gillmor Gang. , a weekly talk-show podcast about the tech industry. And of course there's the first one. , the Top 100 most subscribed to twitterers. Now it's still really early in all of these feeds, but then that's how we think of Twitter itself. It's still early. It hasn't happened yet, whatever it is we feel is going to happen. If you look at the tweets, dispassionately, what you'll see is a lot of people broadcasting. There is some shared wisdom, but not much of it is all that useful. One twitterer says you can walk into the wrong gender's bathroom by accident if you're reading tweets while leaving the correct bathroom. Another says he used a line from a movie in a meeting but no one knew

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