The really cool kids are on both right? Surely it's the same as when Radio presenters couldn't help but chat about there Myspace pages all the time? Every bar I go into now a days, there's talk about Youtube, Facebook and sometimes Twitter anyway.
Cheers, Ian Forrester This e-mail is: [x] private;  ask first;  bloggable Senior Producer, BBC Backstage Room 1044, BBC Manchester BH, Oxford Road, M60 1SJ email: ian.forres...@bbc.co.uk work: +44 (0)2080083965 mob: +44 (0)7711913293 -----Original Message----- From: owner-backst...@lists.bbc.co.uk [mailto:owner-backst...@lists.bbc.co.uk] On Behalf Of Rob Myers Sent: 09 February 2009 18:04 To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [backstage] Twittering on Frank Wales wrote: > Apparently, there are complaints about how much air time twitter is > being given by the BBC: > > http://thenextweb.com/2009/02/09/bbc-radio-listeners-kick-fuss-twitter > -time-bbc-create-microblogging-service/ Yeah, all the cool kids are on identi.ca now. ;-) - Rob. - Sent via the backstage.bbc.co.uk discussion group. To unsubscribe, please visit http://backstage.bbc.co.uk/archives/2005/01/mailing_list.html. Unofficial list archive: http://firstname.lastname@example.org/