STILL TWITTERING . . . . It's been said that Twitter microblogs are to regular weblogs what regular weblogs once were to newspapers. But that's way too complicated. It's true, though, that Twitter moves faster than weblogs and seems a better place to post quick links.
Here's a link to my own Twitter microblog. And here's an example of the sorts of things I post and link to there--
--I recommend Evernote as an organizer; works with iPhone. RT @evernote: 7 Use Cases for Highly Effective Evernote Users: http://twurl.nl/1za0mv
--New post at Trial Practice Tips: "15 Ways to Ruin a Deposition (Part 3 of 3)" http://tinyurl.com/alvjl6
--At his blog, Terry Teachout writes about making final revisions to his forthcoming biography of Louis Armstrong. http://tinyurl.com/cvux9q
--Mexico City, kissing capital of the world: "Representante de Guinness valida récord de besos." http://tinyurl.com/dgtm3p
--For my drive home: the NY Times Book Review Podcast, featuring an interview with novelist TC Boyle. http://tinyurl.com/b8d5u9
--At the New Yorker: "Our President's New Blackberry" ("Press to divert incoming Bill calls to Hillary’s number") http://tinyurl.com/dmguz9
--Presidents' Day gift: Lincoln's law practice on DVD-ROM, 5,600 cases, 100k documents. $500. http://tinyurl.com/ckwajf.
--Not for use as forms! The NY Times reports on Mexican multibillionaire Carlos Slim, who now owns 6.4% of ... the NY Times. http://tinyurl.com/dkt725
--Megabeso follow-up: They broke the record in Mexico City. ("los capitalinos rompieron el Récord") http://tinyurl.com/avb9fx (spanish)
--Ordered a Kindle sample of a new thriller, Beat the Reaper, based on this enthusiastic review by Norm Pattis: http://tinyurl.com/cm23gl
--Find newly-digitized, rare primary documents in "Lincoln the Lawyer" at the Library of Congress. http://tinyurl.com/bx6wyq (via beSpacific)
--At the Atlantic: Guitar Hero and the future of rock 'n' roll. http://tinyurl.com/b4jp4d. (Here's hoping the future allows for real guitars.)
If you're already using Twitter, add me to your follow list; if you're not, consider trying it out. It's like having the ability to choose a group of people who will create a customized RSS feed for you.