I find it amazing that many businesses, organizations and schools are not on Twitter. Once a profile is set up, it can be referred to by its handle (username). I like to think of a Twitter profile like a business dynamic business card.
The only way that Twitter will get better is if more people, businesses and organizations begin using it. Once everyone begins learning the Twitter vernacular and etiquette, then they can start having some very interesting conversations. Ideas can be shared. Connections can be made. And it is fast, too. It is the constraint of 140 spaces for each message that gives a certain elegance to Twitter.
What I find most exciting is that Twitter makes it possible to communicate with people who would otherwise be unreachable through conventional means of communications. In the future, I can imagine a class that teaches students how to communicate effectively with Twitter and other social networks. We’re really just in the initial years. Regarding Twitter, imagine how common it will be in ten years.