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I was having all kinds of problems with Twitter yesterday and thought the same thing. Their future will be their ability to keep up. I heard yesterday they are close to placing banner ads on the site. If they approve that it could slow things down more and cause more headache. Still, I love the connections I've made via Twitter.

I also love what's happening in your life and look forward to The Story Chicago!

Ron Edmondson
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Ben,

You are gonna have to get over your Twitter issues.

Great to hear things are well.

Mark

mark, i swear you will one day count me as a prophet. =)

I agree that God is stirring our generation. Something is brewing...that's for sure!

I agree Ben. Twitter is fun and I've found great use from it (made great contacts) but it too will change. Like Myspace was all the rave a few years ago... now Myspace is the trailer park of social media (in my opinion). Hope that doesn't happen to Twitter but the one thing about social media is that it certainly has FAD qualities that wear out.

Shockingly, there are no Chick-fil-As in Vegas.

And I totally agree with you about the beach...except it's any time of day.

Happy anniversary! I can't believe it's been that long!

I'd like to see the full list of conferences please!

I'm trying out Tweetlater.com...it looks ugly, but helps navigate around Twitter's constant downtime.

Escaping cubicle life- what can/should churches do to help? How are your friends planning on exiting? Any advice?

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