This week’s celebration of the fifth anniversary of the creation of Twitter solidified the profound effect it has on spreading news, sharing events, and creating #DCLeaders.
Category: Society 2.0
Twitter was full this week with widespread response to the disaster in Japan, leaving little room for tweets about warm weather, St. Patrick’s Day, or Charlie Sheen.
With some of our top tweeters headed to Austin this week for SXSW, we saw fewer tweets from the newly named “#1 Most Socially Networked City.” Here are our picks for top tweets this week.
Despite big Oscar wins, the launch of the iPad 2, and Camp Freddy at 9:30 Club, Twitter was preoccupied #winning and Charlie Sheen. Here are some of the week’s best Tweets.
The Twitterverse this week seemed to focus on, well… Twitter. We bring you our picks for some of the week’s best tweets.
Guests mixed, mingled, and talked shop at Co Co Sala last night during FedScoop’s FedTinis Happy Hour.
Our Twitter feed was abuzz with GRAMMY awards, Valentine’s love, and beautiful weather.
Twitter was occupied this week by Super Bowl commentary, fake Twitter handles, CPAC, and more.
It’s been an interesting week for all of us. The riots in Egypt are continuing, Anderson Cooper was attacked, and we found out that Dan Snyder is suing the City Paper. Here are this week’s top tweets.