A cat named Andrew Goodman actually led a blog item this way:
Sitting a few chairs from @LisaBarone and like Lisa, tweeting my response to the session, I couldn't help but wonder if we were watching the same presentation. While I was unsettled by some of what I was hearing, I also felt like the presenter was self-deprecating and self-aware ... and like he said, transparent about his sometimes aggressive tactics. @LisaBarone, on the other hand, "threw up a bit in her mouth," (OK those were words put in her mouth by @dannysullivan), thought Kawasaki was "making an ass of himself," etc. I just didn't see the evidence. I thought @LisaBarone was overreacting.
After digesting the entire talk for the rest of the day, Lisa's position grew on me ....
What efficient communication!
First, you tell every asshole on Twitter what you're hearing as you hear it.
Then, you think about what you've heard.
Then, you tell everybody how you and @LisaBarone (and don't forget @dannysullivan) experienced the original session.
And only then do you get around to giving us your considered opinion, which, by this point, I'd rather die than digest.
@andrewgoodman: Get your @ss to a store and buy a notebook.
@lisabarone: Let me guess: You came around to @andrewgoodman's original point of view after all.