When Twitter first launched, a tweet was just text, 140 characters of it. Fewer than a text message. Twttr was so addicted to brevity, it didn't even have vowels. It's a far cry from the Twitter that's slowly been revealing itself over the last year or two - the Twitter that's not simply a technology platform but a media company that wants to become an empire.
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Fortune 50 Companies Have Work to Do in Mobile, Study Finds
December 22, 2010
From eM+C Weekly
Global communications firm Burson-Marsteller recently surveyed Fortune 50 companies on their use of mobile technology. The study found that while 62 percent of these companies do have a mobile website or application, there's still plenty of work to be done before they've optimized the channel's capabilities.