Italy Logue on Twitter
Are you an internet junkie who just can’t get enough Italy news? Or are you simply an Italophile looking for another way to kill time at work? Either way, I’ve got something for you – the Italy Logue Twitter feed.
Twitter, in case you haven’t heard of it, is a site that’s been described as a “virtual water-cooler.” It allows you to post mini-updates (always 140 characters or less) to your page, and also to follow the updates of other Twitter-ers. These could be friends or colleagues, politicians or musicians, bloggers or journalists, or complete strangers whose updates you find interesting or amusing. And yes, you can follow the Italy Logue, too.
If you’re on Twitter, please do click over to start following my Italy Logue updates. I’m using Twitter to post Italy-related news bits and pieces I find online, so if you can’t wait for my semi-regular news snippets posts, you’ll be pleased to know you can get Italian newsy items on a more consistent basis, too, just by following the Italy Logue Twitter feed.
(And as an aside to the Twitter-ers out there – yes, I know Twitter updates are called “tweets” by most people. I just can’t bring myself to say that without rolling my eyes a bit. So, do forgive me, but I’m going to be keep calling them “updates.”)