The Process Behind Twitter

  • August 14, 2009
  • Scott

Interesting tie-in between process and Twitter on GigaOm recently in an article by Jennifer Martinez.  She points out that Biz Stone’s discussion of the future of twitter appears to follow along the lines of Eric Ries’ “Lean Startup“.  Notably, they intend to follow customer usage to figure out what to build around the original 140-character Twitter service in order to create more value.

Its the first time I’ve actually read something that indicates there’s some method (process?) to the madness that is Twitter – and maybe that is new, or maybe that has been the case for a long time and I’m just now becoming aware.

We’ve recently set up a twitter account for those who want to receive tweets of our blog posts (rather than subscribing via RSS for example).  Its @bp3bpm.  It will just be capturing our blog, and perhaps company-news-items at some point in the future.  I’m personally on twitter as well (@sfrancisatx), but I can’t promise to stay focused on BPM on my twitter feed. We’re just providing an alternate way to keep up with BP3, and BPM.  We’ll see how it develops for us.

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