...as sung by the seven dwarf webmasters?
The singers' occupations would relate to the nature of their tweets. Size might also matter. ;)
Twitter can be a procrastination aid, a marketing or political campaign tool, a broadcaster of gossip, a political organizer, etc et etc. I go through long periods of drifting away from it because of the overwhelming volume of stuff that comes through... but there's so much volume that there's almost always something randomly interesting, with some exceptional finds if you follow up social leads... which is why I also come back to it.
I'm thinking that enough of Google's algo (Real Time Trends, QDF, etc) may depend on Twitter that Google may not want another company to own it. All of the companies rumored to be potential buyers want Twitter's data, which they're currently buying.
The question is whether Twitter can retain its users to keep generating the data, and I don't see where any of those companies would help, and some would probably hurt. Disney, IMO, would be a particularly bad fit, but I don't Tweet while I watch TV... only while I work... so my opinion might be way off the mark.
Google might be the only company that understands Twitter's trial and error culture enough not to wreck it, but they certainly do have the power to mess it up if they weren't very careful about it.