This is one tough question to answer. For I live in China, we have the similar communication tool like tweet such as weibo and weixin, qq and so on .We have spent much time in them, by which we can express our opinions and show our daily life and some even using it as advertising platform, I can say it depends on your choice to tweet or not. for example, if you want to know how is going about one old friend who you has so long time do not contacted you can find some hints about his or her life by his or her weixin or weibo, but on the contrary, if someone using it as the platform to express wrong or mistake ideas, which will take bad effects for daily life. All in all your choice to choose to tweet or not .
This is an interesting piece of writing. The title is a reference to Shakespeare. To be, or not to be - that is the question!
In your essay, you are talking about the question of whether or not to tweet in a way that makes the reader compare it with Hamlet's question about whether or not he should commit suicide.
A question about whether or not to commit suicide can also be considered this way: To live, or not to live?
Maybe, your essay can carry a strong message that says to readers, "In the digital age a decision not to tweet is like a decision not to live!"
I think it is important to have a reason/meaning for structuring the title of the paper like a line from Hamlet's famous soliloquy about suicide. : ) Dig deep, and find the reason! Your essay will be as profound as Shakespeare. : )