Those of you who follow @lionsinwinter on Twitter know that I spent most of the weekend on the couch, laid low by a horrible stomachy thing. Content for today arriving late tonight, or possibly tomorrow. Sorry!
Don't do twitter much at this point, so this is the first I've heard you were laid up this weekend. Get better Ty!Al
no knock on you ty, cuz i love the content.but becareful of relying to much on twitter, ther are alot of us that have no intentions of making that leap.
Feel better my friend.
Stafford is putting out some interesting info on Twitter - he was throwing with Titus and Calvin last week - how many 2011 draftees are working out with players from their new teams? Don't know much about Titus but this sounds great.Today Stafford posted this: "Another day in the books with the team got together as a full offense today and felt great." If the "full offense" is getting together, that's got to be good news for Lions fans. Twitter held no appeal for me until I heard about Stafford's posts - it's worth signing up just for that.
It all a timing issue. If you have to be the first to see a tweet, I can understand. But now that traditional media has virtually no new content, they create articles off of these tweets withen minutes
Thanks, all for the well wishes! Twitter is a totally awesome, completely vital tool for me (and fun, to boot), but a non-blogger certainly doesn't *have* to be that "plugged in." As clusterfox said, if anything super important hits Twitter, one of the top news writers blogs it or posts it really quickly anyway.PeaceTy
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