I remember when I first became an analyst–so long ago that that I don’t even want to mention how long it was. I thought I was so lucky–I got paid to learn about technology and thn add my opinions through analysis. I had been telling my friends what to do for years, and now I got paid for it! (They didn’t listen much, some things never change).
Years later I still feel pretty lucky. I’m doing mostly the same thing, but I’ve tried a lot of new services, phones and mobile device along the way. I don’t have to feel guilty cruising through the iPhone app store during work hours because, hey–I’m a mobile analyst! Well I guess another private dulece, Twitter, should now be added to this list. I’ve just created a Twitter user name work where I can tweet on all things business, technology and telecom–MobilePhillip.
So look me up and follow. I don’t know how often I’ll update but I will. Now I have been skeptical about using Twitter for analyses. I don’t think 140 characters lends itself to quality work, nor will I feel it’s important to Tweet everything a vendor says immediately–without digesting it a bit first. But give it a chance, maybe we will both find it useful.
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