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twestival

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Twestival: Live Aid 2.0

What could you do with a laptop, Twitter and an idea? Raise $1m dollars for charity? With Twestival, event producer Amanda Rose aims to do just that

By Feb. 10, 2009

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Hundreds of 'Twestival' fundraisers springing up tonight

Though the charity events aren't officially organized by Twitter, the social-media service is at the center of the organizing process for these worldwide fundraisers.

By Feb. 12, 2009

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Crowded roads ahead for charity 2.0

Using Twitter and Facebook to spread awareness and raise funds is all the rage, but will the space become so diluted that individual groups' effectiveness is undermined?

By Aug. 5, 2009

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Facebook valuation 'shocker' another reason to be skeptical of media hype

The AP thought it was dropping a huge bomb Wednesday when it reported that Facebook's valuation was $3.7 billion last summer. But The New York Times noted this nearly eight months ago.

By Feb. 12, 2009

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Goodness on Twitter: from attention-sharing to tweet fund drives to good mobs

Twitter's "suggested users" list is a Who's Who of Twitter celebrities, featuring the likes of Al Gore, Lance Armstrong, Ashton Kutcher, John McCain, Martha Stewart, and others with millions of followers.

By Oct. 4, 2009

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SXSW thoughts on Twitter's past, present, future

Microblogging service may be the most pervasive broad- and narrowcasting social network, propelled by an ever-growing and sophisticated user base.

By Mar. 22, 2009