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Last night, July 8, a severe thunderstorm tore through Toronto, cutting power to 300,000 and leaving 1,400 passengers stranded for hours on a commuter train filled with gushing water.
Twitter served as a repository for on-the-ground updates and snapshots. An overview, below.
Disgruntled Instagrammers were already being wooed away by its competitor, Flickr – and now it seems Instagram is in a full on self-inflicted death spiral.
Or so one would think, reading Twitter.
If you caught the debate last night and have spent any time online today, you undoubtedly have seen many posts poking fun at Romney’s “binders of women” comment.
Well, Twitter went all out (as expected) and we have some favorites to share.
#47percent of Twitterers are talking about, watching or reading tweets about the secretly filmed full-version Mitt Romney videos released by Mother Jones ,where Romney talks smack about half of America.
Looks like many folks don’t like what they’ve heard and feel “entitled” to speak out about it. Pesky Internet!
As we mentioned in the saga of @MexicanMitt (the Romney parody account shut down just before Mitt’s speech), the RNC has no problem paying the $120,000 price tag to purchase a promoted trend on Twitter.
And they just shelled out another cool $120k to give the #DNC2012 a solid kick in the face, by asking the Twitterverse #AreYouBetterOff?
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