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February 10, 2009

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Kathy

Twitter is fun, but addictive!

Ti

There is a Twitter application on Facebook so you can post your Twitter updates in one place. I can tell you that while at work, I probably make 1-2 updates a day.

Dawn - She Is Too Fond Of Books

I opened an account to grab "my" name (just TooFondOfBooks there due to character limit), but I haven't yet begun to Tweet :)

Wasn't the 1-hr *Office* special (DVR-d here after the Super Bowl) the best of the season so far?!

That episode was hilarious.I'm a latecomer to the show so am totally enjoying the reruns on tbs in the evening.

I welcome all tweeting advice, thanks for the facebook tip Ti!

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