Need I say more?  I’ll accept the fact that patients have consented to this and someone else is doing the twitting…but who needs to follow a particular surgery live?  It is just creepy to follow an operation like one watches the Indy 500, bored speechless except for the sordid hope that there will be a crash around the next turn.

If the purpose is to teach the lay public about breast augmentation, then that goal could be far more effectively done with a combination of videos, charts, drawings, and explanation.  There is no plausible purpose for following surgery real-time.

A “tweet” is using Twitter to send out information that someone might find helpful.  A “twit” is someone who sends out information by Twitter with no bonafide purpose other than to secure publicity.

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