One strategy to use Twitter is to tweet about what's happening throughout the day, call it lifecasting. In contrast many others use it mainly to post information related to a topic of interest, instead of private details, that's mindcasting. The following article focusses on one of the many facets of Twitter.
Guardian :: One of the most unnerving sentences I read last week was a brief question posed by someone I didn't know, about someone I didn't know: although by the time I read it, I was au fait with a conversation that they might – or might not – have had. But I certainly wasn't well enough acquainted with Melissa Stetten to be able to judge the tone of this tweet: "Did I just ruin Brian Presley's life via Twitter?"
Continue to read Alex Clark, www.guardian.co.uk