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July 14, 2008

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Jason Rothbart

Bill,

I'm with you; don't do it. I think this Twitter thing has completely run amok. I don't want to either know what every person is doing or thinking every second of the day nor do I want to share my situation. This is a fun toy with some limited business application, but seems far more distracting than adding value. I'm not planning to ever sign up.

Jason

Bill Ives

Jason

Thanks for your comment. I am a person who does not need to stay connected. Quite the opposite. As I mentioned, I am about to go to a mountain top for three days. I will bring my cell phone to call my wife but I will leave it off when I am not making a call. I do enjoy the connections made possible by the web. I am exchanging emails with my daughter in South Africa right now. I also make my living totally dependent on the web. But I like to be able to unplug.

BTW - I am enjoying using GroupSwim to help organize the discussions and content for the small start up I am working with. Bill

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