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Buzz60 (Feb. 10, 2014) — The creator of 'Flappy Bird' removed the popular game from app stores because, according to a tweet he shared, he couldn't take it anymore. That's open to interpretation, but Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) guesses it could be due to hate tweets the creator was getting. Video provided by Buzz60
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Tweets Don't Drive Stock Prices

Tweets Don't Drive Stock Prices

TheStreet (Oct. 18, 2012) — Amy Jo Martin, Founder & CEO of Digital Royalty, says financial professionals' tweets about stocks aren't the end all be all.
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LivesOn Tweets as You After You Die

LivesOn Tweets as You After You Die

Buzz60 (Feb. 27, 2013) — LivesOn is an Internet service that will tweet for you after you pass on from this world and into the next. The service is an algorithm that studies your tweets while you're alive and keeps up your social afterlife once you are dead. It's a service for those who would like to keep their Klout score high when their in the ground. Gillian Pensavalle has the details on how it works.
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Twitter Testing Location-Based 'Nearby' Feature

Twitter Testing Location-Based 'Nearby' Feature

Newsy (Dec. 14, 2013) — Twitter is experimenting with a feature called "Nearby" that displays tweets near you.
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