Non-techies find novel niches on Twitter bandwagon.|
By TONY GONZALEZ
Minneapolis travel writer Leif Pettersen admits that his 2,000-word blog posts are "long-winded," though that's not necessarily a bad thing in a genre known for luscious detail about exotic places. But on a dare from a fellow writer, Pettersen joined Twitter, the micro- blogging website that limits writers to 140-character entries.
"I didn't get it," said Pettersen, 38, of his first reaction to the ultra-short posts. "It was like hearing bits of conversation from a room full of schizophrenics."
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