Kevin O’Keefe of Real Lawyers Have Blogs wrote a great article on Twitter lingo for lawyers. It is very informative. He starts “One of the most difficult parts of using twitter is condensing your thoughts into 140-chracters or less. Although often complained about, the 140-character limit is Twitter’s core feature and differentiates it from other social networking sites. On top of the character limit, Twitter has a language of it’s own. The abbreviations and lingo are helpful in fitting your thoughts into one simple and powerful tweet, but can be confusing to beginners.”
Lawyers Guide to Twitter Language and Acronyms
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