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  • Twitter Fans Hit Lady Gaga For Tweeting ‘Pop Singers Don’t Eat’

    13. April 2012

    Lady Gaga got a backlash on Twitter after she tweeted that ‘Pop Singers Don’t Eat’. (Photo: yahoo.com)

    If you happen to be on Twitter and considered as one of the top stars in the world today, it would be best if you tweet responsibly.

    This developed, after American singing superstar Lady Gaga recently got criticized on Twitter after she tweeted that #PopSingersDontEat. Gaga’s Twitter fans reacted negatively to her hash-tag since they perceived she was endorsing anorexia and other eating disorders. Read more »

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    Beyonce Joins Twitter World

    07. April 2012

    Beyonce has officially joined the exciting world of the social networking website Twitter. (Photo: yahoo.com)

    Here is a piece of good news to Twitter users who love to follow famous celebrities on Twitter.

    American singer/actress Beyonce has joined the world of Twitter to share her life as a celebrity and a married woman. According to reports, Beyonce decided to join Twitter to show gratitude to all her fans for their continued support to her career. Read more »

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    100 Million Members For Twitter Worldwide

    09. September 2011

    Social networking website Twitter now has 100 million active users around the world. (Photo: oneforty.com)

    There is no doubt, social networking website Twitter is now one of the leading social networking sites in the world.

    This developed after Twitter reported that they already reach the 100 million mark in terms of active users around the world. The social networking website said more half of their 100 million members are using Twitter on a regular basis not only to post Twitter messages but also read other people’s messages especially from celebrities and popular politicians around the world.

    “Twitter’s global reach gives a voice to people around the world and as far away as the International Space Station,” Twitter said. The large number of active users is a revelation for Twitter since the company had just been created five years back.

    Based on the data from the internet, 35 global heads of state use Twitter, including 84 percent of U.S. governors and every major presidential candidate. And more than 40 percent of what Twitter has classified as “top global religious leaders” are on Twitter, including @DalaiLama and the Pope, who sent his first Tweet from @news_va_en in June.In the world of sports, every team in the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and MLS also tweets. Two-thirds of NBA players are on Twitter. Entertainers are a given for the micro-blogging service.

    Eighty-seven percent of Billboard’s Top 100 musicians of 2010 are active on Twitter, along with each of the top 50 Nielsen-rated TV shows and plenty of comedians. Twitter was launched on July 15, 2006 and initially named Twttr.Before the introduction of Twitter, tweeting was only for the birds. But it firstly introduced, the way of tweeting through internet, for the human beings.

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    Cancer Stricken Hugo Chavez Governs Venezuela Via Twitter

    23. July 2011

     

     

    Cancer stricken Venezuela President Hugo Chavez continue to govern his country via Twitter. (Photo: guardian.co.uk)

    The widely popular social networking website Twitter can also be used to govern people.

    This developed after cancer stricken Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is using Twitter in governing his country while he undergoes medical treatment in nearby Cuba. According to reports, Chavez continue to make his presence felt in Venezuela by issuing orders and statements via Twitter for his people who had supported his government all these years.

    In more than 40 messages this week on his “chavezcandanga” account, he has approved money for a Caracas trash collection project, praised plans for a new park and cheered on the national soccer team. In his Twitter account Chavez hasn’t mentioned anything about his chemotherapy but has alluded to his personal battle time and again, as he did in one tweet to a supporter on Tuesday: “We’re moving along here, brother! With God and the Virgin!”.

    Most of his messages have had the tone of a patriotic father figure connecting with his public. Chavez boasts more than 1.8 million followers, and his messages also regularly pop up on the screen on state television in Venezuela. The sick president has known the importance of Twitter which is why he is using it to continually connect with his people despite his medical condition.

    The 56-year-old Chavez underwent surgery in Cuba on June 20 to remove a cancerous tumor. He hasn’t said what type of cancer has been diagnosed or specified where exactly it was located, saying only that it was in his pelvic region.He says chemotherapy is necessary to ensure cancer cells don’t reappear. On Twitter, his only references to his treatment have been vague and filled with optimistic slogans.

    As he signed off one night, the message read: “From here, closing another day of this Battle for Life.”Chavez is the 56th President of Venezuela, having held that position since 1999. He was formerly the leader of the Fifth Republic Movement political party from its foundation in 1997 till 2007, when he became the leader of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV).

    Following his own political ideology of Bolivarianism and “Socialism for the 21st Century”, he has focused on implementing socialist reforms in the country as a part of a social project known as the Bolivarian Revolution, which has seen the implementation of a new constitution, participatory democracy and the nationalisation of several key industries.

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