If you are tired of hearing about Twitter, do yourself a favor, and click the back button on your browser, stat.
Still here? Cool. Over the past 3 months, we’ve seen everything from a tweeting juror, controversy over a tweeting city alderman, people calling twitter rude, letters to the editor blaming twitter for car accidents, and just about every other possible news angle for a story about the service that all of a sudden, everyone wants to give their opinion on.
On Sunday, Brandon Marcello of the Northwest Arkansas Times introduced a new angle for a Twitter story when he made his plea to University of Arkansas head football coach Bobby Petrino to begin using the service.
In this day and age when coaches live a reclusive life in the presence of the media, a little peek behind the scenes – even when filtered – allows fans to feel connected to their favorite football or basketball program.here.
What do you think, America? Should Bobby Petrino use Twitter?