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Watching UGA grad T.J. Adeshola on Finebaum. Never heard of him but apparently he's Twitter's "Head of U.S. Sports." I was impressed. He represented himself, his company, and our university very well in the interview.

I don't use Twitter personally, and my impression is that it's a net negative for our culture. But I recognize many people use it and get a lot of benefit from it. I know athletes love posting stuff on Twitter, and it seems to be an integral part of recruiting these days. I also know my brother gets his news by following specific media outlets on Twitter, rather than watching TV or visiting web sites.

I'm curious how many of y'all use it, in what ways, and what are some of the best/worst things about it in your experience?

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