Philosophy, Politics & Culture Against All Tweets … July 9, 2009 4 Comments I came across this today and couldn’t help but to pass it along — a philosophical exposition against Twitter. Priceless. Share this:EmailFacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditSkypePrintMoreTumblrTelegramPocketPinterestWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related Previous Post Next Post Jason Gillikin Jason E. Gillikin, CPHQ, is an author, editor, publisher and health quality analytics expert who blogs from "A Mild Voice of Reason." You may also like April 11, 2010 Thoughts on the "With What" Part of "Repeal and Replace" October 30, 2006 Stewardship as metaphor April 22, 2012 Reflections on the “After Liberalism” Essays in “First Things” 4 comments did you have a link for this article?? Reply He ran out of characters. Reply Haha, it was actually included in the text of the note as a hyperlink … http://proginosko.wordpress.com/2009/06/24/against-all-tweets/ Reply "cogito, ergo tweet." Descartes for the digital age. Reply Offer a witty retort. Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.