42 words should do it

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There are some information streams that are best captured with what Twitter has made popular: tweets

When I was working with Telco, long before the internet, different “plants” stayed in touch real-time viao “order wires” … basically, running streams of short messages aggregated for any personnel to read, like a constantly changing bulletin board. I can see Prologue working something like that.

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  • Ben Tremblay 10:46 pm on February 4, 2008 | # | Reply

    ok, gonna leave another comment

  • bentrem 11:00 pm on February 4, 2008 | # | Reply

    What if contributors could “tweet” on pages? As though they were co-writing the page rather than just commenting on it.


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