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Twitter, The Poetry of Love

by: Jonathan Salem Baskin

Nielsen Online released a report in late April, in which it argued that usage rates for new Twitter users dropped precipitously after the first month, and that this meant its growth didn't match the early adoption rates of Facebook or MySpace.

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Why Twitter Lets Celebrities Retake Control of Their Brand Image

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Why Twitter Is a Ponzi Scheme

Guest Post by: Charlie Osmond

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Re-designing #followfriday

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Will Twitter See an 'Oprah Effect', or Is Influence Overrated?

by: David Armano

Oprah Winfrey has not only joined Twitter, but is actively using the service. She began using the service on her show and since her first communication her amount of followers went from 54,864 at  9:30pm CST. to 215,961 followers (in a 24 hour period). The NY Times reports:

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The Best Market Researchers to Follow on Twitter

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How to Use Twitter for PR

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All a Twitter

by: John Winsor

I've been fascinated the past couple of weeks by all of the buzz around Twitter. John Stewart had a pretty funny segment about Twitter, while Roland Hedley on Doonesbury has been having some fun with it. Celebrities seem to be getting into the swing of things, as well, with Shaq and Aston Kutcher leading the way.

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Blogs vs Twitter? It's the Interactivity

by: Nancy Baym

In a post that appeared remarkably soon after my last post in which I noted that I am easier to find on Twitter than on Online Fandom these days, Rob Walker of Murketing and Buying In fame, expressed “Nostalgia for Blogs” and lamented:

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A Different Take on Twitter (from Jon Stewart)

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