“…tweeting feels like a seductive form of anti-writing.”

…tweeting feels like a seductive form of anti-writing. It reduces. It trivialises. It flattens. Experience and events are a writer’s material: some time after they have happened, they may or may not feed into thought and then into words. The process takes time and is rarely predictable. With Twitter, one is spending that capital as soon as one acquires it. The tap is dripping all the time.

Terence Blacker, “A writer writes to be read, after all,” The Independent

While I found the majority of this article a bit inane (“writing should be a dictatorship”), this paragraph stood out as interesting.

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