Reflections on Twitter and The Death of Conversation

2 thoughts on “Reflections on Twitter and The Death of Conversation”

  1. Conversation was killed by right wing talk radio. Now they have talking points, angry reactions, and an inability to listen to alternatives that don’t have the names Limbaugh, Hanity, O’Reilley, or the like.

    I suppose, on second thought, that it only killed political or public discourse. Falwell, Robertson, Criswell, Jones, et al killed it in religion. What’s left was killed by Twitter and other social networking tools.

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