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Huge update from Twitter today that, while appearing fairly simple on first look, could be an early indication of some big changes on the platform: you can now embed tweets within tweets.
Can public shaming get people to do a better job parking their cars? A new Twitter movement says “yes.”
58 percent of business to business (B2B) marketers are spending more on social media this year, with just one in fifty decreasing their spend in this area in 2014, reveals a new study.
A Nova Scotia judge is welcoming Twitter into his courtroom with open arms.
Twitter will announce its second quarter 2014 earnings in a little over one hour’s time, after the closing bell in New York. I cover many of Wall Street’s expectations in this post here, but thought it would be interesting to see how Twitter’s stock performance has compared throughout the year to that of its great rival, Facebook.
On March 21, 2006, co-founder Jack Dorsey sent the first-ever tweet and Twitter was born.
just setting up my twttr
— Jack Dorsey (@jack) March 21, 2006
Jack’s famous missive started something, although at the time he and fellow co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams really had no idea what that was, what it could be, or what it would eventually become.
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