Productivity versus Microblogging
Microblogging can be demanding in terms of attention and time, while it can be benificial in terms of connectedness to a (knowledge)network. This Wired article argues that using Twitter may increase creativity among knowledgworkers. Unfortunatly the article does not try to quanify this effect to put some counterbalance to those that think twitter is only a waste of time (According to a survey by Morse the time ‘wasted’ with microblogging costs british companies 2.2 bilion dollars a year).
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