Who uses Twitter? A Harvard study of 300,000 Twitter users found that 10-percent of the users account for 90-percent of the tweets. The “median number of lifetime tweets per user is just one.”
Unlike other social networking sites like Facebook.com, men are almost twice as likely to follow other men on Twitter than they were to follow women, according to the study. Women were also more likely to follow men than they were to follow other female users.
Looks like Twitter has become much ado over not much. It’s interesting; a curiosity, trendy, and a fad, not a social phenomenon (except for the 10-percent of users who make up 90-percent of all Twitter’s tweets).