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05/19/2010

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Steve Ersinghaus

I'm somewhat disheartened by Harriet's announcement. Facebook's firewall limits the audience to people on Facebook and twitter as a method of pointing back to Harriet's subject matter will change in subtle ways. Twitter, in my view, works best as a means of pointing people to useful discussion. It can't really act as a means of serious engagement on its own.

Nigel Beale

"why the PF would think that Twitter-type shout-outs would be better for poetry than the "discursive blog" is not something I can understand."

Perhaps they figure Tweeting is more poetic. Bird-brained, more like it.

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