Jimmy Kimmel is back with another edition of the always-amusing Celebrities Read Mean Tweets, with appearances this time from Julia Roberts, Don Cheadle, Courteney Cox, David Blaine, Ethan Hawke, Kit Harrington (AKA Jon Snow from Game Of Thrones), Matthew McConaughey and others reading out nasty things that “fans” have said about them on Twitter.
The always-hilarious “Late Night Hashtags” on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon was holiday-appropriate and extra-hilarious this week.
The #WorstGiftEver edition of the popular Jimmy Fallon segment has been making the rounds, and it’s definitely worth a watch. The wonders of Twitter never do cease.
In addition to the 2013 Twitter Year in Review site, Twitter has published a video recap of the past 12 months.
It seems more like an ad for Twitter than a true recap of 2013, but it’s worth the 60-second look back at some of the more poignant moments of the year on the site (red panda, anyone?).
Thanks to Mashable’s sleuthing skills, you can check out a video of Twitter explaining Twitter.
In another effort to attract new users, Twitter has rolled out a test account, @TwitterGuide, which “follow[s] new users and help[s] them make their Twitter experience as easy and valuable as possible.”
Did you know that half a billion tweets are sent and received around the world each and every day?
That’s a crazy number. And it’s even crazier to think that the tweet, and Twitter, only came into existence seven years ago.
Here’s a great way to spend the next 2 minutes and 42 seconds of your life: watch The AVbyte Brothers’ latest satirical creation, ‘Twitter The Musical.’
It’s every Twitter stereotype in musical form.
The mini-musical is complete with tap dancing, Arab Spring references, and rhymes between “literally” and “twittering.”
The recent Twitter event #TweetsFromTheTop in the UK generated invaluable insights from CEOs about using Twitter for business.
In the video below, three CEOs – Darren Childs, CEO of UKTV; Andrew Miller, CEO of Guardian Media Group; Jacqueline Gold, CEO of Ann Summers – and the Director of Twitter UK, Bruce Daisley, sound off about how to use Twitter.
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