I need to come up with some better rules of engagement for Twitter, I think. I've noticed there's a huge variety of situations where it's extremely easy to fail to communicate, and there are some classes of communication the platform just doesn't work for.

Do you have any rules/guidelines for yourself, and if so, can you share them in the comments?

Thanks,
Des

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