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November 13, 2008


Corrine aka Mama Gomer

Of course you know that now everyone is trying to figure out what your secret ID is. Heh heh. But what happens if some non-close friend sees it and figures out it's you? Do you just decline their friend request? I guess you'd have to.

I'm using Pocketwit on my phone. I like it quite a lot!


Ok, so, the secret's out....I even have 2 facebook accounts...one for listeners and one for closest family and friends. Guess who gets to see the most pics of my kids?

cathy davis

I'm still out on this one. I think it sort of defeats the purpose, but then again, I don't have 1000's of tweets to keep up with either!

Dan Gross

I toyed with the idea of using two Twitter IDs, one for "know outside the Internet" friends/family/Facebook the other effectively for chatting with Gomers. But I have found myself using some of the methods you employ (especially skimming past @replies to people I don't follow) and it's made it manageable. Thanks for posting, Mark!


Okay, I confess to a bit of disappointment in you revelation (it's just so flippin' practical). However, after a lot of imagination on my part, I've managed to re-frame your post into something more clandestine ... super spies have multiple identities etc... All kidding aside, GREAT posts on the subject. What an awesome way to connect with people! It's almost like you're doing ministry or something! heh...

Cindy N.

LOL!... Dude You are totally brilliant!. Thanks for the tips Mark!


Well, aren't you the sneaky one. I'm still trying to figure out why you've got one of my silly ol' tweets as a favorite. I'm thinking it had to be a misclick 'cause I know it wasn't worthy of the title of fav. :)

Nancy Cotto/God's Worshippers

So - do you hear them??? theCRICKETtoy
LOL -- I don't see any comments yet - thought this was one of thos "cricket" moments!!! Thanks for the info Mark - I knew you'd come up with something simple yet complex!!! ROTFLMHO!!! :)~

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