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Twitter reportedly prepping location-based advertisements

Twitter reportedly prepping location-based advertisements

Advertisements are an art form - they must be presented with a carefully tailored equilibrium, brought before relevant audiences while being interesting enough to catch attention but not obnoxious enough to warrant being hidden. Location-based advertisements bring relevancy to their presence, attempting to present a product or service someone may need or want during a moment when they're in a position to get it. According to sources who spoke with the folks at Ad Age, Twitter is developing this geographically-focused type of advertisement option for its advertisers.

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Twitter’s FollowMe creates highlight reels of your best tweeting moments

Twitter’s FollowMe creates highlight reels of your best tweeting moments

In an effort to help users gain more followers, Twitter has launched a feature called #FollowMe that allows users to create a short highlight reel that shows off their best tweets, photos, and Vine videos. It's sort of like a resume to show other Twitter users that you're worth following because of how hilarious you are, but don't blame #FollowMe if no one likes your highlight reel.

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Being a Better Tweeter

Being a Better Tweeter

I have been using Twitter continually for about three years now. I'm not sure of the exact date, or my first tweet, because Twitter still hasn't given me the option to download my entire archive yet, though every time I check, the "Deactivate my account" option stares back at me from the bottom of the Settings page, where the archive option is supposed to appear someday. It taunts me, that deactivation option, because like all good things, Twitter occasionally makes me sick. There are days when I love it, and days when I can't stand it. There are days when I can't stand myself as a tweeter. To paraphrase a misogynist saying, show me a beautiful social network and I'll show you a guy who's tired of checking his @replies.

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Kim Dotcom claims companies infringe on his patent, asks them to fund his defense

Kim Dotcom claims companies infringe on his patent, asks them to fund his defense

Kim Dotcom, the Internet maverick behind the now-defunct Megaupload, went on to replace his government-squashed file hosting website with the newly launched service Mega. All of this followed the police raid on his home in 2012, prompting a legal battle and eventual lawsuit against New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau, also known as GCSB, for illegal spying. Now he has taken to Twitter, claiming that many big-name companies, including Google, Twitter, and Facebook , have infringed on his two-step verification patent, and in return he is asking for help funding his legal defense.

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