My 15,000 Words on Coming Back to Twitter

Or, actually, I can say it in a lot less words than that.

After careful thought since the announcement of the beginning of the end of App.net1 , I’ve decided to start actively using Twitter as my main social network once again. I could write 15,000 words on it, or I could sum it up in three statements:

  1. I was wrong. I thought the people I cared about would all whole-heartedly move over to App.net, but they didn’t. (Well, most of them didn’t.)
  2. I miss my buddies, I have buddies on App.net, but I miss the specific people who only hang around Twitter.
  3. At this point I felt like I was the whiny kid sitting martyr-style in his room while everyone partied carefree in the other room. The only thing this accomplished was my own self satisfaction of knowing that I was doing something I thought was right.

Bottom line: I just want to come back into the room with the party.

So, hey, come follow me on Twitter.


  1. Or so they say. 

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Or, actually, I can say it in a lot less words than that. After careful thought since the announcement of the beginning of the end of App.net1 , I’ve decided to start actively using Twitter as my main social network once again. I could write 15,000 words on it, or I could sum it up […]