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What are you doing now?

 Twitter™ is a free micro blogging service enabling its users to send and receive messages known as "tweets" text based posts of up to 140 characters. This tutorial series demonstrates how to connect with others on this increasingly popular social
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 Twitter™ is a free micro-blogging service enabling its users to send and receive messages known as "tweets" - text-based posts of up to 140 characters. This tutorial series demonstrates how to connect with others on this increasingly popular social networking site, and explains how the site has developed and changed in its short existence. Watch below or on YouTube.

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