WSJ excitedly notices "Weird Twitter"


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Man, where would we learn about 'trends' months after they happen (and occasionally ones that exist only in columnists' heads!) without the WSJ?


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I was just reading there about wearing an onion on my belt.


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I wonder if they would also be interested in printing my upcoming article about people who review films on Netflix ironically? It's called "Weird Netflix." I was thinking it would be part of a series.


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the wal street journal is REALLY mad or at least bemused in a rather-miffed way that someone might dare to use twitter to not sincerely engage with their favorite brands and find the best products and services


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For others, it detracts from what they see as Twitter's main value—an engine that organically can propel ideas, concepts and products into a larger marketplace.

Am I the only one who would love to see what the WSJ thinks toilets are for?


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Anyone remember how no one wanted Twitter to be used for marketing and PR back in the early days of Twitter?

Anyone remember this link being posted as a reply whenever anyone brought up the topic? How To Use Twitter for Marketing and PR


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I can't imagine why the "Wall Street Journal" might operate on the implicit assumption that 'participation' on the demand side of a capitalist consumer economy is the highest aspiration of any cultural or communications medium...


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The New York Times?


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Hey, sarcasm aside, it's news to me. Though I admit when I read it my internal 'fake NYT trend piece' alarms were going off.


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This reminds me of when my family didn't have a TV and I didn't understand a joke at school that was about a TV show I'd never seen.


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