I just discovered Twitter and I invited all my Yahoo contacts. I'd like to invite everyone on this website . It is a good way to ask people visit a blog or website. If you would like to follow mem go to http://twitter.com/chaplainwinston Together we can make a lot of contacts.

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I'm on twitter too! Follow me at http://www.twitter.com/iheartmonster

Winston - following someone will allow you to see their updates on your Twitter home page.
Yeah, I'm on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Hewtsonleroux , and on Facebook.

I don't quite get it yet, but over a few days I have actually discovered some very interesting people beyond the "Become a billionTwit" blizzard.

I'll go through and follow everybody who replies here.
I just started using twitter. You can follow me at http://www.twitter.com/kailaparmalee
I just discover twitter too. Still finding out what it's all about.

http://twitter.com/thisbookForFree
Hi Winston
I just joined Twitter and Book Blogs - total newby. You can follow me at twitter.com/JanCurrie
FYI: Twitter was hacked today so if you do twitter, better check your stuff & everyone should change passwords.
Thanx Dusty. I changed my password.
God bless
Hi Winston,

We are on Twitter as well and have a lot of fun with it, we can be found at : http://twitter.com/TallStoriesBook
Eternal Press is on twitter.
http://twitter.com/EternalPress
I've been using Twitter for a bit over a year now, and I love it. It's a great way to connect to others, and to promote your blog/podcast/whatever. twitter.com/warrenkelly

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