Increasing Your Written Output Through Twitter — 5 Comments

  1. ニコニコ is also a great place to do this kind of simplistic output, I feel. Particularly if you’re watching a long series of videos, you start to get a feel for how people react and what some of them will say, as a lot of people will make similar comments on any given situation. You feel more like part of a big audience that way when you throw your own variation into the ring.

    • Great addition. The only thing to watch out for are when there are too many comments on the screen at the same time.

  2. I really want to try the whole Twitter thing for Japanese. Trouble is I never got into it, even in English. I need to figure out the very basics first – like a good handle >_>

    Love the idea, though :)

    • That’s the weird thing… Everyone who I tell I use twitter is like… “Twitter? I never got into that.”

      But it’s so different when you’re in the Japanese community. Lots of Japanese people use Twitter. It’s a good way to stay connected and involved.

      So I definitely recommend it!

      Plus, you can do Tadoku ( if you have a twitter account! Coming up with a name is always the hardest part <(^_^).

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