I just measured: it takes me 45 minutes of uninterrupted time to read a day of tweets. This is obviously not sustainable.
3:08pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter for iPhone
@ph That is why I only follow 99 people. Some of whom are unmissably interesting and some, like you, who are nice and quiet.
3:28pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter Web Client in reply to ph
@ph I still find it weird that you read all of the tweets.
3:29pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter for iPad in reply to ph
@ph Is that *just* the tweets, or all the associated linkage too? I recently culled my followed list for this reason....
3:33pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter Web Client in reply to ph
@tomcoates @ph Why is it weird to read all of the tweets? Is that not what the tweets are there for?
3:33pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter Web Client in reply to tomcoates
@waferbaby @tomcoates @ph well it's only the point if you only follow interesting people. If you follow idiots you shouldn't read them all.
3:40pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter Web Client
@indec all the tweets plus the links that looked both interesting and short, but not the 3 things I'm hoping I'll follow up on.
3:40pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter for iPhone in reply to indec
@annapickard @ph I dunno. I guess I just treat it like being in a room with lots of people I like. I don't have to hear every conversation.
3:46pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter for iPad in reply to annapickard
@ph Yeah. Unfortunately, adjusting my followed list just produced a higher density of interesting links. I did thin my RSS list too, though.
3:46pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter Web Client in reply to ph
@tomcoates @ph I guess -tend to think I've already filtered the conversations I want to be a part of by following. So read what's there.
3:48pm Feb 22nd 2012 via Twitter Web Client in reply to tomcoates
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