Live Events is Twitter at its Best

I’ve been on Twitter since January 2009, and live events are​ still the best use of the platform. Super Bowl LII (52) just ended, and it was one of the most exciting games I’ve seen.

What made it great was scrolling my feed as the commercials where happening as well as the game action. That is what made me always love Twitter.

Even though I think it’s great for the live events I keep coming back to something I read on the IA Blog:

There seems to be a weak undercurrent of old and young bloggers like us that feel sentimental or curious and want to bring back blogging. Blogging won’t save the world. But, hell, after two weeks now, we can confirm: it feels great to be back on the blogging line.

If you are one of those old or young bloggers, please join in. Drop Facebook, drop Twitter and drop Medium for original thought. Own your traffic. You can use them to engage in discussion. But don’t get lost in there. Write daily. Publish as often as you have something to say. Link to other blogs.

The curmudgeon in me wants blogging to make a huge comeback​ but I know it’ll never happen, but now that I’ve blogged something every day of 2018 it’s starting to get fun again. I just hope that enjoyment continues.