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-**Note**: I originally wasn't sure I was going to publish this. I wrote it to get something off my chest, but I was concerned it was too personal to consider publishing. The somoene had the immense courage to [post on Hacker News](http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4928031) about their depression and needing help. I spoke with that person, chatted with him, and hope we continue chatting. He's a wonderful person. And that is why this post is being published.
+**Note**: I originally wasn't sure I was going to publish this. I wrote it to get something off my chest, but I was concerned it was too personal to consider publishing. Then somoene had the immense courage to [post on Hacker News](http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4928031) about their depression and needing help. I spoke with that person, chatted with him, and hope we continue chatting. He's a wonderful person. And that is why this post is being published.
I've used Twitter regularly since 2008. My intention is not to try and claim that I was using the service before it was cool; I'm not entirely sure I was. My point is simply that, for about four years now, I've become increasingly prone to tweeting without thinking. It's more of a prosthesis, an extension of myself, than it is a service. At the time of this writing, I've posted 17,360 tweets. That's almost eleven tweets a day, every day, for four years. More important than the quantity of tweets, however, is their content; you'll find no better representation of my personality.
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