Note to self: Learn how to use Twitter now

... or get left in the dust.

According a blog on Wired.com people are getting their household plants, appliances, etc. to twitter them. That is so cool.
Businesses are starting to be built around it. Botanicalls, for example, sells a Twitter-enabled hardware kit that lets your neglected house plants alert you when they're thirsty.

The company has developed a tiny moisture sensor attached to a circuit board with an Ethernet port. You stick it in your plant's soil, and when the moisture levels drop below a certain level, your plant sends you a tweet begging to be watered.
Wired.com, "Twitter Fast Growing Beyond Its Messaging Roots"

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