After some back-and-forth about whether Twitter would pull the plug on the blogging platform Posterous after acquiring it a year ago, Posterous announced it will go dark on April 30. Posterous is based in San Francisco and emerged in 2008 from the Y Combinator accelerator program. Although it's similar to other blogging platforms and offers a web-based service and a mobile app, Posterous was designed for use on mobile devices....
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