While Coleman sore-losers it up, there's a new effort: NormDollar.com -- "A Dollar a Day to Make Norm Go Away."
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I think saying no to Oprah would have created an even bigger story and certainly a more interesting public relations movement for Twitter.
You might think Ashton's challenge to CNN is silly. Susan Boyle is a singer on a reality show. But they are both examples of the power of the people to make something happen.
I wrote a post at the start of this race against CNN criticizing Kutcher for "not getting it." I gladly take that back.
Of the 850,000 people following Ashton Kutcher, he's following only 69 in return. As with many celebs on Twitter, Kutcher is missing the mark.
Blink and you'll miss Personal Effects, a moving contemporary drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Ashton Kutcher and Kathy Bates that's playing for one night only in New York next Monday.
And as interesting (or not) as this whole conversation about what Twitter is, the better question to ask is why are people using it? Why has Twitter caught on?
This show went on the air on January 5 and it's been a thrill ride ever since. By the way, I'm kidding.
Twitter reminds me of high school. Same risk of rejection. Same pressure to be popular. Same sinking feeling when you say "hi" to someone you pass in the hallway...and they ignore you.
I can't help noticing, though, that you might not be getting all you can out of Twitter. Numbers don't lie; @MrsKutcher, 18,000+ people follow you and you follow 31.
3.8 % of Canadians have a negative view of the Democratic president-elect compared to 81% who approve, an "outstandingly high" number compared to the opinions Canadians held of Bush.
We have gathered a group of individuals who share the courage to pledge to our president, and the world at large, what it is that they are willing to do, give, or sacrifice, in an effort to help their fellow man.
Arianna Huffington and Ashton Kutcher discuss how the Internet is changing politics, Kutcher's new-media efforts and the Huffington Post's plans for the future.
It may have been a wild ride for Barack Obama and John McCain just getting to this last week in the race for the White House, but imagine the bullets ...
First posted at WashingtonTimes.com Team Obama has been posting celebrity videos at a fast pace over the last few weeks, all pointing to the VoteforC...