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  1. That might be, but as someone who uses twitter to communicate with friends in the science and science-education community, I can tell you that I don’t see those irrelevant ‘tweets’ often. What you see depends on the people you follow, so seeing as I follow physicists, astronomers, NASA and the likes, I get to communicate (though in a slightly weird spelling, granted) with these people, see their links and their points, follow their commentary on live events like NASA launch (or the iPad 😉 and others.

    I think twitter can be a nice 2-way communication community if you know who to follow. I already managed to get a NASA person to answer me live, communicate with astronomers around the world about a weird sighting, and other nice ‘tidbits’. It’s like a news ticker that can answer back 😉

    It takes some getting used to, but it’s not all about people’s bowl movement, not at all. Try it, you might like it 🙂

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