Mtg @ 2: Private Microblogs Make Internal Comms Short and Sweet


It may have started as a curious ritual among teens, aided and abetted by their growing dependency on mobile phones and text messages, but the concept of communicating via micro-messages that pack a punch has entered mainstream business. It's no longer a matter of abbreviated words and acronyms that are undecipherable to the over-20 crowd; thanks to online platforms like Twitter, which limits the length of messages to a mere 140 characters, executives are beginning to grasp the art of brevity.

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