There are basically many points to ponder on this topic. One of these is that Twitter was meant to bridge communication from one person to other persons. Any person could do this by becoming a member of Twitter’s growing family of communication-craving community.
The paradox in this is that Twitter was meant as a bridge, but in its use, it became a world of its own. In this world, there are absolutely virtual perks, and again, persons who want to experience this need only to become members.
It’s really easy and it’s not really a closed-community. How can it be a closed-community when only the membership is required? Another point to ponder on this topic ‘twitter world’ is the world itself, which Twitter has conveniently connected Online through blogs.
And while the blogs on Twitter may be shorter than what blogs are famous for, the comments on Twitter are a cause for wonder. It is said that a posted topic on CNN’s website would have no immediate replies for an hour, which is the complete opposite of Twitter. Of course, this is a clear exaggeration on the part of the people who posted those comments, but the main thing of good point is that Twitter’ comments are really overflowing with replies.
Another point to ponder is the continued growth on the number of members of Twitter, which has been able to make itself famous on other countries as well. This is the ultimate trump card to use against their competitors, and clearly Twitter intends to stay for long.