Who will ensure Twitter tweets uninterrupted? That’s the question posed by Silicon Alley Insider’s Hank Williams about the popular wireless and Web-based application that allows users to share their brain farts on the Web in real time. Everyone from Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody (“I’m smoking Virginia Slims today. I’ve come a long way, baby,” 06:43 PM May 03, 2008 from txt) to Slate’s political correspondent John Dickerson (“At Dairy Queen with Clinton. She had Blizzard with Snickers I had” [sic.], about 17 hours ago from txt) has jumped on the Twitter bandwagon (bandtwagon?), but what if their tweets wind up in the dustbin of histowy?
SAI’s Williams points to a discussion on Techmeme.com and asks:
What will be lost? New Yorker pop music critic Sasha Frere-Jones’ reaction to a poem in his magazine by Rae Armantrout, Time‘s Ana Marie Cox on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s tan, tech entrepreneur Jason Calacanis being honest about Duran Duran, and about a million users telling us how bored they are.