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Tweeting The Truth About A Terminated Employee

When Dallas Police Chief David Brown fires someone, he tweets their name and lets the world know what they did to lose their job.


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Twitter Trying To Get Users To Expand Their ‘Follows’

Twitter has rolled out a new feature that will recommend other accounts for you to follow, based on certain details of your own and others’ Twitter usage.


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Retweet This: ‘Tweeting’ Added To Oxford English Dictionary

The addition breaks at least one Oxford English Dictionary rule: that a new word needs to be current for ten years before consideration for inclusion.


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Illegal Tweeting

Is it legal to live tweet from a sports event? Depends.


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Thirst App

If you’re a big Twitter user, you know the hardest thing about the social network is finding a way to read the tweets quickly and in context. The thirst app can help.


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Judge In Jerry Sandusky Case Denies Accusers’ Bid For Pseudonyms; Bans Tweeting

Alleged victims of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will have to testify using their real names, and tweets or other electronic communications by reporters will not be permitted during the trial, the judge ruled Monday.