Tweeting the good news

Do you “tweet”? No, I am not asking if you are a bird, but if you communicate on Twitter, a form of social networking on the Internet. Other forms include Facebook, Linkedin, blogging, texting, and e-mail.

Some critics of on-line social networking observe that in the impersonal realm of online communication, people can hide under made-up names. They suggest that social networking can hinder normal relationships by creating the desire to be on the Web instead of going out with friends. It’s also been said that since Twitter limits tweets to 140 characters, habitually reading such short messages inhibits the expression of deeper thoughts and may even reduce people’s ability to comprehend them.

In the Christian Science Bible Lesson
'What's in a name?'
December 26, 2011

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