In defense of the low-fiber tweet
Hey… You were one of my early influences into the realm of embracing standards so I thought you’d be cool to follow….
However, you seem to be one of the many techie’s that get a ton of followers and the ego takes over. I find no value in your 90% of your tweets.
It’s nice to know that Spiderman movies make you cry, but I really don’t care and probably most folks don’t either. But if they do more power to them!
Sure.. maybe it adds a little bit of personal intrigue but I’d rather see 90% value and 10% fluff. If I wanted to follow a comedian there are tons of them to choose from. And while I do follow some entertainers, that’s not why I chose to follow you, but it is the reason that I’m choosing to not follow you now.
Take the ego down a few notches and provide some value.
Those are the means through which I provide web design value to the community and clients.
My Twitter feed is for personal expression, a basic human right.
Please close the door on your way out.
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