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April 08, 2010

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Selling the personal info of the Twitter-peeps would be yucky.

Twitchy is a pretty tame term for how a lot of Twitterers would probably feel when they realize their stuff has been put out into the spam-o-verse.

I'm not sure of Twitter is going anywhere, but Facebook is definitely the "in" thing. And you're right about Martha Coakley - Scott Brown. Social media did have an impact on that race.

I think when you talk about the contributions social networking made in the Scott Brown affair you are ignoring his two greatest boosters: Martha Coakley and Barack Obama with assists by Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Barney Frank.

I saw an interview with Murdoch and I loved him. What a treat. The words are Milton Friedman and John D. Rockefeller but the voice is Crocodile Dundee.

The Hoover Institution's Peter Robinson did a great interview with him but it's in sections so the only way I can give it to you in one piece is to (The Horror!) link to my own blog piece where I collected them.

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