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Here's something to think about.
If I want to follow you on Twitter, I will follow you on twitter. That way, when I bring up my twitter client because I'm in the mood to look at that kind of low-level banality (which is fairly frequent) I'll see your tweets where they belong. Within the twitterverse.
If you insist on posting your tweets directly as a feed to your Facebook home page, the new interface means that not only am I forced to sift through them when I go onto Facebook -- which is NOT why I'm on facebook -- but also that they don't just go away. They sit there gumming up the page I'd normally use to look at the somewhat less transient things that belong on Facebook.
Twitter == Transient banality that may be of passing interest in the moment, but is short lived at best.
Facebook == Content with a somewhat longer shelf life, that someone may be interested in seeing more than 15 minutes past when you spewed it forth.
If you can't figure out the difference, I've got to set Facebook to "hide" all of your updates from my vision. That means when you do get around to posting something there with an interest level that spans more than the attention span of a gerbil on crack, I'm going to miss it.
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