Here's how she concludes her article:
- Don't report banal details. Unless you're observing a true breaking news event (and note: this term does not include what you or your child ate for lunch), skip it.
- Do interpret your experiences. How do they make you feel? What do they mean to you?
- Do share the oddities you observe. Look for things that seem unusual, out-of-place, surprising.
- Do share things you love - quotes, phrases, descriptions of events that brought joy to your day.
Slow down, enjoy. Listen to the world's music. Share the best of your experiences, but remember, 140 characters is a unique format — more like poetry or Haiku than news reporting. Using it well requires our thoughtful attention.
[My italics in point number 2]
And here's a curmudgeon on the same topic, from the same site.