The trouble with Twitter

The Trouble with Twitter

The trouble with social networking… (see The Social Brain Hypothesis, page 184, column 3)

British anthropologist Robin Dunbar […] noted in 1992 that humans—like other primates—can handle only 150 relationships. If we try to add many more connections, our little brains get overloaded.

The conclusion from a ballpark example…

Thus Twitter has a real value of $12.26 per user. Compare that with Facebook, which has a perceived value of $300 a user—or at least it did last year, when Microsoft purchased its 1.6% stake for $240 million and the site had 50 million users.

Even with this example, there is the difficulty of inserting the ads… In messages? On the front end interface?

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