Some folks have suggested that, using WordPress, Prologue, and RSS, you could create a pretty effective distributed version of Twitter.
My friends had to convince me to get a Twitter and Instagram.
Twitter has become a group conversation of that type that used to take place on trading floors.
The conversation on Twitter and the way people are in the world are very different.
The internet, Facebook and Twitter have created mass communications and social spaces that regimes cannot control.
I started hearing Snapchat in the same context as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. That got me curious.
I make sure to use both Twitter and Facebook a lot which helps me connect to the fans.
As far as I'm concerned, Twitter has wiped out Facebook. I'm done with Facebook.
We had no idea that things like Facebook and Twitter, and all these other concepts, would ever happen.
The main reason I'm in this sport is not to run mouths and make posts on Twitter and stuff. It's to compete.
If I want to communicate with fans, usually I go on Twitter.
Twitter! It's like being stalked by committee!
Clearly there's value in Twitter and Facebook; otherwise, none of us would be involved in it.
Honestly, people are pretty chill and respectful on Twitter.
A novel is too much of a commitment. I tend to peruse Twitter - I check to see if I had any mentions and read the latest messages.
I used to have a pseudonym for Twitter, and I'm trying to get my check to verify me.
I do not have a Facebook page, and I do not chat on Twitter. I don't have a web site, even if there are people who have opened one in my name, complete with my photo.
I'm on Twitter, and I have over 10,000 followers. Which is pretty modest compared to Charlie Sheen.
I'm not an entrepreneur. I'm not a CEO. I'm a nerdy computer programmer who likes to have opinions on Twitter.
I met the CEO of Twitter.
Let's be honest here: Twitter, for me, is 90 per cent a marketing tool.
I haven't been recognized out in public or anything. The strangeness of celebrity has been relegated to Twitter, which is kind of manageable.
I never like it when a celebrity goes on Twitter and says, 'This isn't true!' It is what it is; I tend not to do that.
When I first came out there was no such thing as Twitter or Facebook. And the blogs! Like, what is that?
There is something decidedly faux about the camaraderie of Facebook, something illusory about the connectedness of Twitter.
I became a vegan, and I was getting bullied on Twitter about it.
2006, I started 'WineLibrary TV.' To build 'WineLibrary TV,' I started using Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter in 2008.
Trolls live in their own pathetic bubble, and it's called Twitter.
I've been going on Twitter every week going, 'Guys, you have to watch '2 Broke Girls' because it's incredible.
Twitter's brilliant. It allows us to talk to fans and gets them to games.
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