Could The Media’s Relationship With Twitter Get Any More Ridiculous?

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Frankly, I think the real question is who jumped the shark first? Twitter, CNN or @aplusk? Not that it matters, since you know us tweeps (and the world at large) will keep biting on these twitterific tales as long as there’s fresh blood in the water, or on the blogs as the case may be.

All I ask is that @biz stay off  The View for a little while. I mean, come on man.  Every time you dish the dirt with Babs and the gang, you make all of us hip, young early adopter tech folks look as lame as the million people who signed up to follow 42-time-tweeter Oprah “I got a million followers in 28 days” Winfrey.

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4 thoughts on “Could The Media’s Relationship With Twitter Get Any More Ridiculous?

  1. Reminds me of a line I wrote for Pophangover once… “if Oprah Winfrey is on Twitter, can our grandmothers be far behind?” Loved this article. I fell out of love with Twitter during the Ashton/CNN race. That’s about as lame as it gets for me.

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