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Celebrities on Twitter

If You Like Awkward Things, You’ll Love Watching Nick Offerman Read Young Female Celebrities’ Tweets

Although we (still) find this incredibly weird, add these videos to the list of “things you just can’t stay away from:” A grown man on YouTube reading tweets sent by young female celebrities.

Oh and the “grown man” is comedian Nick Offerman from Parks and Recreation, so that makes the whole thing a lot less creepy than you imagined – but it’s still a big ball of uncomfortable.

And you know you’re going to watch it.

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Vines Are Shared 4x More Than Other Videos [VIDEO]

Want to make that next video you’re planning to create for your brand “go viral?” Try cutting it down to six seconds – or multiple six-second slots – and using Vine.

Why?

Vines are getting shared four times more than other online videos, with five Vines shared every second on Twitter!

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Celebrities Reading Mean Tweets From Twitter Trolls

If you want to be mean to someone anonymously, there are lots of ways to do this online, but few provide assurances that your target will actually see what you’ve said about them. So you risk wasting that nasty little witticism . . . unless the person is on Twitter, that is.

One can be fairly certain an @mention will be seen on Twitter – and appropriately sting (just like a passive-agressive blog comment)!

And yes, even when you’re tweeting to celebrities, they see them. Well, THESE celebrities do, at least.

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Who Would YOU Like To Stalk On Twitter?

New people join Twitter every day, from celebrities and religious figures to politicians and your Aunt Gertrude (and she’s following you).

But there are still some holdouts who would make the Twitterverse just thatmuch better with their presence. Can you think of a few folks who fit that description? TIME came up with a list – and we have a few to add.

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Jay Mohr’s Golden Rule of Twitter: Never Respond to Negativity

Jay Mohr, host of the eponymous show on Fox Sports Radio, is closing in on 250,000 followers for @jaymohr37. Besides having such a large following, his listeners on social media are engaged and find ways to creatively mention his sponsors in their tweets. In the latest installment of Mediabistro’s So What Do You Do? Mohr shared why people shouldn’t live in fear of Twitter.

“I would say the golden rule of Twitter is you cannot ever respond to somebody saying something negative to you,” he said. “It took me a good three years to learn that, and, even still, I’ll start to type something and be a sentence or two in before I realize, ‘What am I doing? Why am I answering this person?’ I’ve blocked about 3,000 people. I’ve made Twitter this ivory tower of Babel where people only say nice things about me.”

Read the full interview in So What Do You Do, Jay Mohr, Comedian and Fox Sports Radio Host?

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Why Are Western Celebrities On Sina Weibo Instead Of Twitter?

Have you seen Iron Man 3 yet?

It opened in North America on May 3. But Robert Downey Jr. fans in China got to see the blockbuster film starting May 1.

Indeed, Hollywood has been making a major play for the Chinese market. According to a recent report by the Motion Picture Association of America, China is now the second-largest box office market in the world. Not only that – last year, more than half of the country’s box office profit was from foreign (read: American) films.

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Demi Lovato Unlocks Her Latest Tracks Based On The Number Of Tweets Each Amasses

Singer Demi Lovato’s millions of fans flocked to Twitter yesterday to declare their love for her – or, more specifically, her latest tracks.

The singer’s fourth studio album, Demi, isn’t set to drop until May 14.

But the singer challenged fans to unlock each song early online by tweeting its title as a hashtag, releasing each single on her website LovaticsSpeedUpTime.com after a certain amount of crowd-sourced excitement.

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Warren Buffet Joins Twitter, Gets Immediately Verified After One Tweet

Apparently all you need to do to get verified on Twitter is be Warren Buffet.

The influential Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway joined Twitter yesterday afternoon, sent out a single tweet, and already has the coveted blue check mark next to his Twitter handle.

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Finding Out Your Spouse Filed For Divorce On Twitter Is Terribl . . . y Funny

You may not be a fan of reality shows, but you really don’t have to be to appreciate the exquisite horribleness of what happened to one “real housewives” star.

Saying that the divorce filing was “definitely a surprise,” this lady was hit by a double whammy when this “surprise” was revealed to her via Twitter. Ouch.

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When Twitter Titans Tumble There’s Nowhere To Hide

Are you in awe of folks with a million Twitter followers? Even if you’re not, it can be a bit intimidating to tweet to someone with such a following, especially when you’re sending a critical tweet.

Most Tweeple are cool about it though and take tweets (of all variety) in stride – it’s kind of the nature of Twitter.

But some don’t.

And one ”Twitter Titan” pushed that ‘pissy’ button hard, demonstrating how head-inflating follower count can be . . . and what happens when Twitter Titans tumble.

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