About two weeks ago, my Econ professor was talking about credit scores, the credit industry, etc., and he suggested that we all start trying to build some credit for ourselves so that by the time we’re out of college, we will have established ourselves and we’ll be ready for the “real world.” So, what did I try and do? Go out and get a credit card, of course!
Over the past year or so, Twitter has become an integral part of my life. Of course, when I first started using it, I was just like any other new person to Twitter. I had less than ten followers, and I simply used it to tell my friends what I was doing. At that point, it really was no different than a Facebook Status Update. To be honest, I didn’t even see the point to using Twitter. I kept asking myself, “Why do I need to tell these people what I’m doing?” and “Why do these people care what I’m doing?” Well, since then, my thoughts on Twitter have greatly changed, and as I said, it’s now become an integral part of my life.