Expressing one’s self on Twitter involves summarizing, editing, and jettisoning the unimportant. We need to strip our thoughts down to the bare minimum, while most importantly, retaining the meaning.
For the more verbose of us, Twitter’s 140 character limit poses a challenge for conveying something as simple as where you are and what you are doing. But what about communicating something much more complex, like breaking up with someone?
Jason Preston navigates you through the world of minimizing the complex feelings, thoughts and action items associated with breaking up with someone in less than 140 characters.
In this instructive how-to video, you’ll build your Twitter toolbox with the following editing tactics:
and if necessary, you can gain the ability to break up with someone on Twitter.
About Jason Preston
Jason Preston is currently the Director of New Media at Parnassus Group, the company responsible for the 140 | The Twitter Conference.
You can find Jason at Jasonp107 on Twitter, on his blog or his thoughts about the future of publishing at Eat, Sleep, Publish. Jason was recently interviewed by Scott Berkun about this talk here.
One thought on “How to Break Up With Someone On Twitter – Jason Preston”
a five minute video is not quick enough for twitter enlightenment.. 140 chars is better!