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Why I Don't Tweet...

... not that there's anything wrong with it.

Some months ago I sat down for breakfast with Ed Stetzer while we were both in Phoenix for a conference. Afterwards Ed "tweeted" about our meal together and commented that for some inexplicable reason "Skye isn't on Twitter." He gave me some playful grief about it on our drive to the conference, and since then others have asked why I don't Tweet as well. So I decided it was time to finally show my cards.

First of all, I don't believe Twitter is evil, wrong, or in any way immoral. And I'm not condemning my many friends who love to Tweet. But it's not for me. Here are the top 10 reasons why I don't use Twitter (not that there's anything wrong with it).


My life really isn't that interesting (and in most cases, neither is yours). Unless you are "The Most Interesting Man in the World" from the Dos Equis commercials, I really don't care what you're doing at any particular moment. Let's be honest, most of life is mundane, ordinary, and routine. I'd rather keep the veil of mystery over my life ...

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