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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @ShiraLazar

Celebrities and stars in the tech world use Twitter for a lot of reasons – promoting a new venture, to praise or complain about something, to share information, to spread news about a good cause.  So I thought it would be fun to hear from the stars themselves about how they use it.

You probably know her as the creator and host @whatstrending on @CBSNews live on Tuesday at 10 a.m. (PT). She is also a correspondent on The Tomorrow Show with Mo Rocca, a contributor on The Huffington Post and host of This Week in YouTube as well as Live Earth Video, bringing people information and news about the global water crisis.
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Justin Bieber Scam Hits Twitter, And Team Responds Fast

I guess hackers think Twitter users are a gullible bunch. They’ve just started a viral scam which promises to get Justin Bieber to follow you. But this time, the Twitter team cracked down quickly.
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What Stars Revealing Their New Haircuts Via Twitter Says About Them

Stars have a different relationship with Twitter than you and I. Their opinions and seemingly innocuous comments can be – and often are – published within moments of them posting something.

So it’s strange that they have used the platform to debut new haircuts. After all, there is little surprise left these days about their lives, you’d think they’d want to keep it to themselves and reveal it at their next appearance. Which is probably in 15 minutes anyway. Read more

Amanda Palmer Sings a Song of Tweets at the Shorty Awards

Monday night’s Shorty Awards was a Twitter star-studded event, and one of the highlights was Amanda Palmer, formerly of the Dresden Dolls, performing a song made up entirely of tweets. The lyrics are absolutely hilarious when set to Palmer’s catchy riffs. Video and commentary are below.
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How Many Twitter Accounts Have Over 1 Million Followers?

If you’ve been on Twitter for any length of time, you’ll likely know that Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber are among the most-followed Twitter users, each with a follower count in the millions. But just how hard is it to reach one million followers? And can non-celebrities achieve that coveted number?
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Justin Bieber Tweets Charitable Birthday Plans, Raises $30,000 in Two Days

If you’ve ever doubted the power of influence that Justin Bieber has over people, doubt no more. This kind-hearted young crooner announced Monday on Twitter that he doesn’t want any gifts for his 17th birthday this year – instead, he asked his 7.7 million Twitter followers to donate $17 each to his Charity:Water campaign. And he’s gotten a torrential outpour of response.
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Justin Bieber Cuts Hair, Loses 80,000 Twitter Followers

See the image to the right? Well, flippy Bieber bang-lovers, brace yourselves: Justin has cut his hair! And not only did this result in a loss of several inches from the top of his head, but apparently 80,000 Twitter followers as well.
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Twitter is Outraged by Justin Bieber’s Grammy Snub

He’s the second most-popular Twitter user, and is the focus of a cult-like obsession on social media. And when Justin Bieber was passed over in what many fans saw as a grievous snub at last night’s Grammy Awards, his fans found an outlet for their frustrations on Twitter.
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Who’s The Best Twitter User? Vote for your Choice at the Shorty Awards

The Shorty Award nominations are in full swing, and we’ve got the update about who’s in the lead, who has been added to the Real-Time Academy judges panel, and how you can get involved. If you follow anyone you think deserves some recognition for being an awesome Twitter user, you have a week and a half to get your nominations in.
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Bieber is Taking Over Twitter with Bieber.ly URL Shortener

Not content to be one of the most-followed account on Twitter, Bieber is now extending his influence to our URL shorteners. Don’t be surprised if you start seeing “bieber.ly” splashed across your Twitter feed in the coming weeks, as teen girls flock to the sugary-sweet pop star shortener.
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