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A Michigan newspaper writer was criticized for quoting public tweets without asking permission from their writers. To those who cried foul: What don't you understand about the word 'public'?
In response to loads of media outlets screen-grabbing images of tweets and posting them in articles, Twitter now has an official, easy way to do it.
How to see who's saying what about whom on Twitter.
Mark Twain, American author, is celebrated by Google today in a new home page doodle.
Now you can post replies in FriendFeed and they'll appear on Twitter.
Alert Thingy puts FriendFeed on your desktop, via AIR.
The problem with not metering limited resources is that it can drive the wrong economic behavior.