Monday, September 7, 2009

Don't Ever Abbreviate

For every trendy "new" past-time, there're bound to be anti-trends. Not even the latest darling of social media, Twitter - which has seen phenomenal growth over the past year or so - is exception to this rule.

Woofer is now online for all those who are frustrated with shortening their profound thoughts of the day into 160 characters. It has been irreverently described as the new anti-Twitter 1400 character 'macroblogging' service, which offers everything you would find on Twitter, but with the benefit of a lot more words.

The site has allegedly already grabbed the attention of some celebrities such as Jimmy Fallon and Ryan Seacrest, as well as more than 11000 other registered users at the time of posting.

Could this be the next big thing? Or will it's bark prove worse than it's bite?

Via - Funkadelic Advertising