"I’ve taken to Twitter like a duck to water. Its simplicity allows the user to customize the experience with relatively little input from the Twitter entity itself. I hope they keep it simple. It works because it’s simple. I was never interested in Facebook or MySpace… They feel like malls to me. But Twitter actually feels like the street. You can bump into anybody on Twitter."
Yes, that’s why I like Twitter.
There’s also an element of randomness and the unknown with Twitter. Nothing similar can be found anywhere else. Not that I know of. Certainly not as part and parcel of a functional process.
It reminds me of a Ouija board. Or a dowsing rod.
This, amongst so much else, is why William Gibson remains interesting.