A not-always happy medium

Oney Guillen's tweets sometimes put family, White Sox in awkward spot

Updated: June 9, 2011, 8:33 PM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

If you hate reading stories about what athletes say on Twitter, or if you're an athlete or pseudo-celebrity who resents their "tweets" being turned into front-page news, you're in for a long and frustrating life.

The idea of immediate social connectivity is not going away. It will only evolve.

Personally, I love Twitter and, like so many others, am addicted to it (find me at @espnchijon!).

For all the positives of the medium, mostly its ability to connect and to pass ...

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