ESPN has sent out an edict banning their workforce from "tweeting" unless it is directly related to the content on an ESPN platform. Adam Schefter has been a Twitter addict (his words) recently and I am sure he will follow this. However, I would love to see him be able to put forth his info and opinions like he does now. I was never really into Twitter or Facebook but have begun using Twitter recently and people like Schefter, Peter King (say what you will of him), and other mediots have the masses in their collective palms with this technology and being able to interact with their audience while reporting. LINK Some of what is in the memo from ESPN should be standard procedure for all media outlets. However, do you think other outfits will follow and only allow its writers to "tweet" articles that have been written and not one sentence more?