Twitter. Love it or hate it, it is a means to communicate to the attention-deficit population.
With a limit of 140 characters per update, less conveys more.
You can instantly connect to what’s most important to you. You can follow experts, professors, friends, family, and even celebrities. Special interest profiles are available as well, including (but not limited to) as artistic, culinary, and comedic services. Our generation is becoming more and more inclined to accept the workings of social media in our lives. Social networking makes for a smaller world–it shortens the distance and relationships between other people and organizations that would otherwise be impossible. Twitter is a prime example of such a social utility. Hashtagging can instantly link you to similar interests. Twitter’s convenient, user-friendly interface (it is sometimes described as the SMS of the Internet) makes it easily accessible to anyone and everyone.