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Billionaire Stewie Rah Rah Brings Digitally Dead Celebs Back to Life - Posted December 7, 2010
[caption id="attachment_10599" align="alignleft" width="233" caption="Photo: Getty Images"][/caption] The long, hellish silence is over. Unleash the tweets! "These carbs are attacking me. I can't stop," posted Ryan Seacrest a couple of hour... [PRNewser]

Backlash to 'Digital Death' Campaign - Posted December 3, 2010
Ah well. They had good intentions. As we reported yesterday, the "digital death" campaign for Keep a Child Alive... [PRNewser]

A Hush Will Fall on News Feeds Everywhere - Posted November 29, 2010
Celebrities will "die" on Twitter and Facebook starting Wednesday for the "Buy Life" campaign, which seeks to raise $1 million for Keep A Child Alive, a charitable organization that provides medical care and other services for families affected by H.I... [PRNewser]

Celebrity Social Media Deaths: Would You Pay to Bring Lady Gaga Back? - Posted November 29, 2010
Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Usher, Serena Williams and Ryan Seacrest are going to die - or so the media buzz goes. In a high-profile charity campaign, these and other celebrities have pledged to log-off Twitter and other social media p... [AllTwitter]

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