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2013-03-05 12:29:47 PM
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SpdrJay: I need everyone, everywhere to see pictures of my food immediately before I eat!

Dammit!


That's what Instagram is for, silly.
2013-03-05 10:49:16 AM
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farkeruk: Twitter is just gradually signing its own death warrant. They don't seem to understand that a big part of its popularity was the API which allowed competition for clients.

Presumably this is about those paid tweets, and that people were using clients to block them.


Is it all API access or just TweetDeck?  All API and I agree, but if it's just TweetDeck I don't really care since I stopped using it in 2010 since it never worked right for me.
2013-03-05 10:38:01 AM
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taoistlumberjak: My favorite thing is when people started using hashtags in facebook updates.
I started just posting hashtags as my updates at that point.  No, not #updatethis or the ilk, literally I started posting "##############################".

Someone thought my computer was broken.  Nope, only I was broken.


Hashtags outside of Twitter and Instagram are nice, because it is a great way to know the person using them is an idiot.
2013-03-05 09:38:24 AM
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Twitter is just gradually signing its own death warrant. They don't seem to understand that a big part of its popularity was the API which allowed competition for clients.

Presumably this is about those paid tweets, and that people were using clients to block them.
 
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