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March 28, 2008

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Aaron Strout

Adam - cool post. Twitter is amazing for all the reasons you've listed above and then some. In fact, the last several podcasts I've done (including one with Guy Kawasaki today) Twitter has come up as a "life/work changing" tool.

Congrats on your 1,000th tweet!

Best,
Aaron (@astrout)

Adam Cohen

Thanks Aaron, I appreciate it. I agree Twitter has been a life/work changing tool, but I think we're just hitting the tip of the iceberg. Funny, I've had a steady stream of new followers since joining and it's been fun to interact and watch. I am looking forward to the new ways to explore "value add" experiences with folks.
Cheers,
Adam

Michael

1. Awesome. And good for you.
2. Keep pushing the unwilling at "you know where" into web2.0 and social networking.
3. I look forward to adding you to my feed reader, to gain from what you are learning.

Adam Cohen

Thanks Michael, I appreciate the comment. It will be an interesting ride.
Best,
Adam

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