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Posts Tagged ‘Mom’

New Social Discovery Game Is Watching You On Twitter

Remember the site we told you about that turned your tweets in to music? Well, if you thought THAT was cool, you’re going to faint over this. Seriously, sit down.

There’s a new social discovery game recently launched and it’s watching you – your tweets, that is. And it’s using your tweet data to create YOU avatars and MindPrints showcasing your persona.

You just won’t participate? You have no choice. Unless your account is private, if you’re on Twitter, you’re on Mind of Man, or MOM (Twitter is public after all). And “you’ve already been captured, profiled and matched to others like you.”

But don’t worry, it’s called MOM after all and, “MOM loves you. . . . And you love MOM.” Eeeek!

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On Oscar Night, Nominees’ Moms will be all A-Twitter

Your mom might not know how to use Twitter, but that wouldn’t stop the producers of the Oscars from signing her up for an account if you were up for an Award. This years’ Academy Awards will feature the moms of nominees – also known as “mominees” – tweeting about their sons and daughters. Expect plenty of awkward uses of hashtags and embarrassing stories in 140-characters or less this February 27th.
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Mom Tweets 104 Times During Labor

Having a baby can be a joyful but stressful event – and adding a live account of the whole process on your Twitter account can’t make it any easier. A mother recently tweeted 104 times, non-stop, for three days of intensive labor leading up to the birth of her son.
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