One of the nice things about fantasy Q&A on Twitter is that the format tends to produce very specific questions and unambiguous answers. There's enough space for people to provide context — scoring settings, names of free agents, etc. — but no one ever gives a cut-and-paste of every roster in their league, then asks, "What should I do?"
And of course there's very little room for me to waffle in a tweeted response. Even though I might prefer to bury a weak, unfelt sit/start recommendation somewhere in the middle of a 300-word reaction, I don't have that luxury. I pretty much have to give you a name, even if it's one I don't trust.
So I've been spending a fair amount of time on Twitter, fielding questions, trying to justify answers. It's quick, it's easy, hopefully it's useful. My colleagues are there, too: @YahooNoise, @scott_pianowski, @1befun. We've pushed these accounts before, we'll push 'em again. You know the drill.