What Twitter Taught Us: Nobody Puts Steve Martin in a Corner

martin steve 0 What Twitter Taught Us: Nobody Puts Steve Martin in a CornerAnother insightful and life-affirming week in the Twitterverse! Sure, you could have spent all your time trying to digest the deluge of revelations in the WikiLeaks cables. That stuff is sort of important. But why do that when you can refresh Twitter.com over and over again, looking for those nuggets that explain the world with so much more brevity? Well, that’s how we spent it, and here’s what we found out. 

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