I amÂ beginningÂ to think that maybe CAN needs a new category titled "Twitter". With the sheer amount of apps and devices using the platform it isÂ increasinglyÂ evident that Twitter is here to stay and become not only closely integrated into our daily lives as a social platform but also within the devices we may use day in, day out. If you have read our post 'A Different Twitter' it is not hard to see that application of Twitter goes beyond the 'social'. Is Twitter becoming a protocol?
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