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Twitter Increases Our Anxiety, Reduces Our Confidence [SURVEY]

Tweeting might be bad for your health, a new UK-based survey has found.

A poll of Facebook and Twitter users found that over half of them believe that the social networks have changed their behavior, and that their lives have actually be changed for the worse.
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POLL: Twitter Is The Least Popular Tech Brand, After Google, Apple And Facebook

We love Twitter here at AllTwitter. We’d do a pretty poor job of writing about it all day if we didn’t. But it looks like we’re not among the majority when it comes to our obsession with 140 character soundbites – according to a new poll by ABC News and the Washington Post, American’s aren’t so fond of the microblogging network, giving it a thumbs-down when compared to other tech giants like Facebook, Apple and Google.
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POLL: Should Twitter Become A Facebook App?

Yesterday during their F8 conference Facebook announced the launch of a plethora of new apps for the platform, including Spotify, Hulu and Color.

Color? Oh, you remember. That’s the social networking photo app that picked up $41m in venture capital on the back of basically nothing, and then did even less. Very few people installed the app and those that did had almost nobody to share photos with. End result: employee faces that resembled slapped bottoms and a collective ‘meh’ from everybody else.

But all of this embarrassment could have been avoided if Color had gone the Facebook route from the very start, says Color co-founder Bill Nguyen. “Within minutes of launching, we realized we should have launched on Facebook,” he told the Financial Times.

And so they have. And now he thinks Twitter should do the exact same thing.

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