When I first opened my twitter account, Guy Kawasaki (internet visionary and venture capitalist in case you haven’t heard of him) was the first person I looked up and the first person I followed. He made my day when he immediately returned the favour (though he did comment that it was pretty obvious I was in need of followers).
I realized pretty quickly that Guy is, shall we say, prolific. Tweet after tweet arrived almost 24/7. I started reading, and reading, and reading, and would often look up from my computer to realize that hours had passed while I was absorbed in Guy’s world of fascinating, often eccentric posts. I was addicted – who wouldn’t want to be handed already reviewed articles that range from “a wristband that tells you when you’ve had enough sun” to the “45 people to follow on twitter” to “cool iphone apps”.