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  • Twitter Wit

    A book that will capture the pithy brilliance of Twitter. Curated by Nick Douglas, the book is open to all — if you think you’ve got the wit, you can submit your tweets here. There will be about 800 contributions in the book, and everyone included gets a free copy. The first Twitter book? Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 5 years ago 2 responses

  • Fetal Tweeting

    He’s being billed as the “youngest twittererer ever”, which is technically true. But I like to think of the fetus who’s twittering via a kick sensor on his mom’s belly as the most selfish twitterer ever. Pretty much all he ever tweets about is himself or how he’s “kicking his mommy.” Nice one, kid. At least he’s more interesting than Robert Scoble. Read More ›

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago respond

  • Mr. Tweet

    A personal assistant for those confused by Twitter: He’ll tell you who to follow, and who you should get to follow you. Mr. Tweet is like some unstylish, robotic social planner.

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond


    Tracking the use of curse words on Twitter, live. A good place to find new people to follow, if you’re looking for people who swear like sailors.

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond

  • Twitterrorists

    The U.S. Army sees Twitter as a potential weapon of mass destruction for terrorists. The Army’s report says in part, “Twitter is already used by some members to post and/or support extremist ideologies and perspectives.” I assume they’re talking about Apple fanboys or Ashley Todd. What would Osama have to Twitter about? “Cave sure is cold today. Had gruel again for lunch. Going to go read TechCrunch.” Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond

  • Mad Men Twitter

    The Twitter accounts for Mad Men characters like Don Draper and Peggy Olson have been deactivated after Twitter received a DMCA takedown notice from AMC. What appeared to be a clever viral marketing scheme turned out to be unauthorized fan fiction, and generated a mini-backlash among the Twitterati. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond