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Chocolate & Caffeine instead of #ContentChat

It took a few minutes to figure out, but #contentchat was cancelled today. @martinlieberman and others led an impromptu discussion about chocolate and caffeine — a good way to add some energy to the tail-end of the day.

 

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rustyw

3:20 PM

rustyw

Nestle Crunch. The chocolate is much better. Now we're into some quality content!
rustyw

3:23 PM

rustyw

Sorry. I should have intro'd myself. I'm Rusty Williams co-founder of @answerstage. Based just outside of Boston.
3:27 PM

rustyw

3:27 PM

rustyw

What is this #chocolatechat? Hershey hands down. Their special dark is better than all the other mainstream brands combined. Of course it's a bit like asking which is better Budweiser or Heineken. It's not that relevant when there are 1000s of better micro brews.
rustyw

3:34 PM

rustyw

Have a handful of these and you'll see Nestle and Hershey can't even compare.
3:38 PM

rustyw

3:38 PM

rustyw

Unlike 99% of the world, caffeine does nothing good for me. I like the taste of coffee so I drink decaf. I know, that's really weird. I drink Diet Coke from time to time (with caffeine) but don't seek or avoid based on caffeine content.
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rustyw

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rustyw

Thanks. We're just a few weeks out of the gate and still testing. I like participating in these Twitter chats to test some of the features. It's primarily designed for moderators to choose questions and featured guests to answer, but it can be used for this type of running commentary as well. It's nice that I don't have to stick to 140 characters in answers. If you follow the link to the "stage" you'll see it's organized in a stream that I've curated.
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rustyw

3:57 PM

rustyw

@LorrieGuerrieri Thanks. I joined late so I was just rambling on about chocolate without knowing the chat had been cancelled. It's been a fun topic anyway! See you next week.

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