I'm not sure how I feel about Twitter. When I first heard about it, I thought it sounded like a silly competition where people give their best efforts to out-wit each other—kind of like Facebook status updates. It didn't appeal to me. I didn't want to waste my time, or anyone else's, telling the world when I was brushing my teeth, going to the gym or plucking my eyebrows. My disinterest in this new form of social media increased when I found out that someone had actually "tweeted" about ME. To make a long story short, Josh Madden (Joel and Benji Madden's brother) basically told me to get a life. Here's the tweet:
Ellen from *******magazine wanted to ask me questions @ this party I DJ'd tonight, I said I'd rather do it via email, they threw a fit. Grow up
When the publicist told me he didn't want to do the interview, I said no problem. Not a big deal. I'm not trying to start a Twitter battle with Josh Madden, but it's things like this that make me even more hesitant to start tweeting. But now that I'm on the blogosphere, I feel like maybe I should?
To tweet, or not to tweet? That is the question!