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Real Twitter Sayings By Biz Stone: We didn't have anything before Twitter that allowed a group of people roaming around a We didn't have anything before Twitter that allowed a group of people roaming around a city to communicate instantly, in real time, and in a coordinated way, in a group. — Biz Stone
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Real Twitter Sayings By R.L. Stine: I set a goal for myself everyday when I write - 10 pages a day I set a goal for myself everyday when I write - 10 pages a day - and it's much harder because I'm too dumb to turn off my Twitter and everything so it's always on and it's a real distraction. It's a major distraction. — R.L. Stine
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Real Twitter Sayings By David Chiles: Use the Internet to help your daily life, not replace to replace it. Use the Internet to help your daily life, not replace to replace it. — David Chiles
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Real Twitter Sayings By Frank Caliendo: With Twitter, it's a little harder to tell jokes that somebody hasn't heard already. You With Twitter, it's a little harder to tell jokes that somebody hasn't heard already. You have all these people out there sharing their opinions and telling jokes in real time, and by the time you get on, somebody's already done some version of what you're trying to do. — Frank Caliendo
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Real Twitter Sayings By Travis Thrasher: I think of this girl, this bright light coming from such a dark place. I I think of this girl, this bright light coming from such a dark place. I know that the things she believes about God and the Bible and hope and all that are very real to her. They're not nice sayings on Twitter just to fill a box. They're the things she truly believes.
I'm not sure I'm ready to rejoice, and I'm not quite ready to pray.
The cool thing is that Marvel knows this. She knows this and doesn't seem to mind. — Travis Thrasher
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Real Twitter Sayings By Mira Gonzalez: I often get asked by people 'Is your Twitter real?' and things of that nature. I often get asked by people 'Is your Twitter real?' and things of that nature. I'm never sure how to respond to that. My Twitter account is completely 'real' in that everything I tweet is something I have earnestly thought or something that has actually happened to me. — Mira Gonzalez
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Real Twitter Sayings By Bruce Campbell: You have to be careful with fans, they'll turn on you. They turn quick. Twitter You have to be careful with fans, they'll turn on you. They turn quick. Twitter can go dark fast. If you talk about something serious on Twitter, you better be ready. If you try to pull out real facts or talk about political opinions or something religious, forget it. Like if people asked me who I was voting for, you couldn't touch that one. — Bruce Campbell
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Real Twitter Sayings By Dick Costolo: When we think about the characteristics of Twitter that make it unique, it is all When we think about the characteristics of Twitter that make it unique, it is all of public, real-time, conversational, and distributed. We are the only platform that is all of those at scale. — Dick Costolo
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Real Twitter Sayings By Aysha Taryam: I have come to realise that the most critical of the social media accounts are I have come to realise that the most critical of the social media accounts are the least verbal in real life and I can assure you that most social media trolls have no physical troll land to dwell. — Aysha Taryam
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Real Twitter Sayings By Jonathan Anthony Burkett: Growing up watching friends grow, from friends to lovers. Opens the eyes of many every Growing up watching friends grow, from friends to lovers. Opens the eyes of many every time. Proving in this lifetime, real love still lives. — Jonathan Anthony Burkett
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Real Twitter Sayings By Earl Sweatshirt: Twitter is a real addiction, like the color of it, the process of it. Twitter is a real addiction, like the color of it, the process of it. — Earl Sweatshirt
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Real Twitter Sayings By Douglas Rushkoff: Digiphrenia - how technology lets us be in more than one place - and self Digiphrenia - how technology lets us be in more than one place - and self - at the same time. Drone pilots suffer more burnout than real-world pilots, as they attempt to live in two worlds - home and battlefield - simultaneously. We all become overwhelmed until we learn to distinguish between data flows (like Twitter) that can only be dipped into, and data storage (like books and emails) that can be fully consumed. — Douglas Rushkoff
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Real Twitter Sayings By Jack Dorsey: Twitter was around communication and visualizing what was happening in the world in real-time. Square Twitter was around communication and visualizing what was happening in the world in real-time. Square was allowing everyone to accept the form of payment people have in their pocket today, which is a credit card. — Jack Dorsey
Real Twitter Sayings By Amanda Palmer: Twitter fascinates me because it's real. It feels kind of unreal, but it makes very Twitter fascinates me because it's real. It feels kind of unreal, but it makes very real things happen. — Amanda Palmer
Real Twitter Sayings By Gloria Steinem: The danger of the Internet is cocooning with the like-minded online - of sending an The danger of the Internet is cocooning with the like-minded online - of sending an email or Twitter and confusing that with action - while the real corporate and military and government centers of power go right on. — Gloria Steinem
Real Twitter Sayings By David Chiles: Ignore errors in updates because you never know the context in real life, mobile or Ignore errors in updates because you never know the context in real life, mobile or otherwise. — David Chiles
Real Twitter Sayings By Walter Kirn: Reason leavened with a little wit (if possible) is the real alternative to hate speech, Reason leavened with a little wit (if possible) is the real alternative to hate speech, meaning that there's no better time for it. — Walter Kirn
Real Twitter Sayings By Ai Weiwei: Twitter was like a poem. It was rich, real and spontaneous. It really fit my Twitter was like a poem. It was rich, real and spontaneous. It really fit my style. In a year and a half, I tweeted 60,000 tweets, over 100,000 words. I spent a minimum eight hours a day on it, sometimes 24 hours. — Ai Weiwei
Real Twitter Sayings By Nash: It doesn't matter how many friends you have on Facebook or twitter, if you have It doesn't matter how many friends you have on Facebook or twitter, if you have no real friends means you have nothing in your life. — Nash
Real Twitter Sayings By Janet Gurtler: In the back of my mind, I'm composing a tweet to make this funny somehow. In the back of my mind, I'm composing a tweet to make this funny somehow. Hashtag #awkwardparentmoments. It would probably trend on Twitter. I want to laugh at this to make the whole situation less real. — Janet Gurtler
Real Twitter Sayings By Mike Barnicle: Sadly, it seems as if there is no longer any real history. Just momentary reactions Sadly, it seems as if there is no longer any real history. Just momentary reactions to events that disappear like sky-writing with items like Twitter, texts, Meerkat, Snapchat, and Instagram. — Mike Barnicle
Real Twitter Sayings By Sean Berdy: I'm a comedian in real life. I always goof around; I'm out-going; and I talk I'm a comedian in real life. I always goof around; I'm out-going; and I talk with everybody, especially through Twitter these days! — Sean Berdy
Real Twitter Sayings By Douglas Groothuis: The way we interact online becomes the norm for how we interact offline. Facebook and The way we interact online becomes the norm for how we interact offline. Facebook and Twitter communications are pretty short, clipped, and very rapid. And that is not a way to have a good conversation with someone. Moreover, a good conversation involves listening and timing and that is pretty much taken away with Internet communications, because you are not there with the person. So someone could send you a message and you could ignore it, or someone could send you a message and you get to it two hours later. But if you are in real time in a real place with real bodies and a real voice, that is a very different dynamic. You shouldn't treat another person the way you would interact with Twitter. — Douglas Groothuis
Real Twitter Sayings By Katie Featherston: I have friends that I have made through Twitter or things like that, but they're I have friends that I have made through Twitter or things like that, but they're all verified as real people - I've either seen them perform, or we're mutual fans of each other, something like that. I don't have any authentic, 'Catfish'-worthy stories. — Katie Featherston
Real Twitter Sayings By Eli Roth: I want an iPhone 5, someone said something nasty on twitter, or my boyfriend isn't I want an iPhone 5, someone said something nasty on twitter, or my boyfriend isn't texting me back, like whatever the thing is that seems so major in your life, when a real disaster hits you suddenly strips it all away and you see what's really important and who you really are. — Eli Roth
Real Twitter Sayings By Jason Fried: [Facebook and Twitter] aren't the real problems in the office. The real problems are what [Facebook and Twitter] aren't the real problems in the office. The real problems are what I like to call the M&Ms, the Managers and the Meetings. — Jason Fried
Real Twitter Sayings By Chris Hardwick: If you do a joke that's really old, then what happens is people on Reddit If you do a joke that's really old, then what happens is people on Reddit and Twitter just go, 'Real original, you're just doing old jokes!' But bands do it all the time. — Chris Hardwick
Real Twitter Sayings By Aaron Patzer: Be careful not to start a company that really belongs as a feature of another Be careful not to start a company that really belongs as a feature of another company, like the 25 Twitter URL shortener companies out there. Pick a real problem that's here to stay. — Aaron Patzer
Real Twitter Sayings By John Cho: You know, I did start a Twitter account, but that's the only thing I do. You know, I did start a Twitter account, but that's the only thing I do. I feel torn because I don't want to promo myself and force that down people's throats, but on the other hand, that's a component. There's some real interest in, "Hey, what are you doing next?" — John Cho
Real Twitter Sayings By Katherine Jenkins: 2012 was the year I saw Twitter as a negative. More people need to realise 2012 was the year I saw Twitter as a negative. More people need to realise that not everything they read is true and that Internet trolls are a real problem. — Katherine Jenkins
Real Twitter Sayings By Casey Wilson: You can't always tell if someone's gay over Twitter, but when he's talking to you You can't always tell if someone's gay over Twitter, but when he's talking to you about 'Real Housewives,' it's probably OK to assume. — Casey Wilson
Real Twitter Sayings By Rebecca MacKinnon: On March 5, 2011, protesters stormed the Egyptian state security headquarters. In real time, activists On March 5, 2011, protesters stormed the Egyptian state security headquarters. In real time, activists shared their discoveries on Twitter as they moved through a building that had until recently been one of the Mubarak regime's largest torture facilities. — Rebecca MacKinnon
Real Twitter Sayings By Jeff Ross: With everybody having a Facebook and a Twitter, I feel like regular people consider themselves With everybody having a Facebook and a Twitter, I feel like regular people consider themselves stars. It's a live, real-time upload of every time we buy a pair of socks, the most telling sign that we're losing our politeness. When you know everything about somebody, you can talk to them any way you please. — Jeff Ross
Real Twitter Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: On twitter, you may have a zero follower; but in real life, this is not On twitter, you may have a zero follower; but in real life, this is not possible because everyone has a shadow! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Real Twitter Sayings By Jack Dorsey: You can follow your favorite company or organization. You can also mix that in with You can follow your favorite company or organization. You can also mix that in with your family and your social network and talk about all these interests in real time. That's the value, not the brand 'Twitter.' Twitter just provides the venue for it. — Jack Dorsey
Real Twitter Sayings By Guy Gavriel Kay: Do we value privacy in any real way? Thinking about blogs, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace ... Do we value privacy in any real way? Thinking about blogs, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace ... all these suggest we value exposure rather more. And instead of challenging this transformation, as they are supposed to - certainly at the more thoughtful edges of the art - novelists are buying into it wholesale. — Guy Gavriel Kay
Real Twitter Sayings By Neil Gaiman: Will eventually grow up and get a real job. Until then, will keep making things Will eventually grow up and get a real job. Until then, will keep making things up and writing them down. — Neil Gaiman
Real Twitter Sayings By Walter Kirn: When Loughner himself speaks and we find out his real influences are Spiderman, 'Gnome Chomsky,' When Loughner himself speaks and we find out his real influences are Spiderman, 'Gnome Chomsky,' Taylor Swift, and Dr. Bronner, then what? — Walter Kirn
Real Twitter Sayings By David Brooks: Social networking technology allows us to spend our time engaged in a hypercompetitive struggle for Social networking technology allows us to spend our time engaged in a hypercompetitive struggle for attention, for victories in the currency of "likes." People are given more occasions to be self-promoters, to embrace the characteristics of celebrity, to manage their own image, to Snapchat out their selfies in ways that they hope will impress and please the world. This technology creates a culture in which people turn into little brand managers, using Facebook, Twitter, text messages, and Instagram to create a falsely upbeat, slightly overexuberant, external self that can be famous first in a small sphere and then, with luck, in a large one. The manager of this self measures success by the flow of responses it gets. The social media maven spends his or her time creating a self-caricature, a much happier and more photogenic version of real life. People subtly start comparing themselves to other people's highlight reels, and of course they feel inferior. — David Brooks
Real Twitter Sayings By Alfred Hermida: Taken together, the rhythms of real time show how Twitter becomes a place to come Taken together, the rhythms of real time show how Twitter becomes a place to come together when everyday social bonds are strained. It serves as a fleeting town square for people to share their sorrow, fear and hopes. — Alfred Hermida
Real Twitter Sayings By Tyler Cowen: Most Web activities do not generate jobs and revenue at the rate of past technological Most Web activities do not generate jobs and revenue at the rate of past technological breakthroughs. When Ford and General Motors were growing in the early part of the twentieth century, they created millions of jobs and helped build Detroit into a top-tier U.S. city. Today, Facebook creates a lot of voyeuristic pleasure, but the company doesn't employ many people and hasn't done much for Palo Alto; a lot of the "work" is performed more or less automatically by the software and the servers. You could say that the real work is done by its users, in their spare time and as a form of leisure. Web 2.0 is not filling government coffers or supporting many families, even though it's been great for users, programmers, and some information technology specialists. Everyone on the Web has heard of Twitter, but as of Fall 2010, only about three hundred people work there. — Tyler Cowen
Real Twitter Sayings By Gary Vaynerchuk: I think what's happening for me, it's fun to see other things besides Facebook and I think what's happening for me, it's fun to see other things besides Facebook and Twitter take hold. The maturity of Tumblr as a real player is exciting. I think Pinterest has proved to be a major player. It's fun to see Instagram become a major player. It's fun to watch things like SnapChat, and Vine, try to vie to be the next thing. — Gary Vaynerchuk
Real Twitter Sayings By Ben Parr: Trending topics helped make Twitter a more relevant metric of what the world was talking Trending topics helped make Twitter a more relevant metric of what the world was talking about at any given moment. Google has worked for years in the space, most notably with Google Trends and Hot Searches, but Google+ offers the search giant the ability to see what is truly trending in real time. — Ben Parr
Real Twitter Sayings By Markus Persson: I guess people feel like they kind of know me. The game developer me, or I guess people feel like they kind of know me. The game developer me, or the Twitter persona, that's Notch. It's a censored version. The real me is Markus. — Markus Persson
Real Twitter Sayings By Soleil Moon Frye: I love social media and the ability to connect to new people through Twitter and I love social media and the ability to connect to new people through Twitter and Facebook and share my real time experiences with my mommy network. — Soleil Moon Frye
Real Twitter Sayings By Ross Mathews: I actually quite love following Lisa Rinna on Twitter, because she tweets like I tweet, I actually quite love following Lisa Rinna on Twitter, because she tweets like I tweet, which is like, 'Just dropped off the kids!' Or, 'Hey, here's a great sale at the grocery store!' It's such real life, and to me she's like a celebrity - she looks like Hollywood to me - that following her makes me feel like, stars are just like us! — Ross Mathews
Real Twitter Sayings By Roxane Gay: I love Twitter. It doesn't keep me from writing and I think it's a really I love Twitter. It doesn't keep me from writing and I think it's a really convenient scapegoat when the truth is that the real issue is self-control. I am totally fine admitting i have none. I'm not going to blame Twitter for affecting my writing. And also, Twitter doesn't affect my writing. — Roxane Gay
Real Twitter Sayings By Raymond Arroyo: There is no better source of real-time news than Twitter. With the constant sharing of There is no better source of real-time news than Twitter. With the constant sharing of news and information, if you're an active Twitter user, there's nothing happening, big or small, that you won't know right away. — Raymond Arroyo
Real Twitter Sayings By Chris Betcher: Twitter makes me like people I don't even know, and Facebook makes me hate people Twitter makes me like people I don't even know, and Facebook makes me hate people I know in real life — Chris Betcher
Real Twitter Sayings By Robert Duchnik: Ultimately, I try to think of my application's main codebase as just stringing together various Ultimately, I try to think of my application's main codebase as just stringing together various components and code from many sources. It just controls logic and flow. The real nitty-gritty is handled behind the scenes. This is why frameworks like Backbone are so important - they hide a lot of the details in the background and allow you to just focus on the flow and control of your application. — Robert Duchnik
Real Twitter Sayings By Alejandro Jodorowsky: I think Twitter is the literature of the 21st century. I think it's an incredible I think Twitter is the literature of the 21st century. I think it's an incredible art because when you make a book, you don't know who reads it. But every line, I write a million people, they read it, and then they insult me, they love me, they discuss, they give an opinion instantly, immediately. They are completely in communication, immediately. That is a real art. — Alejandro Jodorowsky
Real Twitter Sayings By Gloria Steinem: [On the Internet and activism:] The danger of the Internet is cocooning with the like-minded [On the Internet and activism:] The danger of the Internet is cocooning with the like-minded online - of sending an email or twitter and confusing that with action - while the real corporate and military and government centers of power go right on. In a way, the highest purpose of the Internet is to bring us together for empathy and action. After all, the reflector cells and empathy-producing chemicals in our brains only work when we're physically together with all five senses. You can't raise a baby online. — Gloria Steinem