If the best place to meet Argentina's leading wine personalities is next to the parrilla, then the second-best place must be Twitter.
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Twitter has succeeded in part because it allows people to have their own broadcasting network, a means to share and comment on both what they like and dislike that is occurring the world.
Who can forget Stephen Colbert making Meredith Vieira squirm by saying "twat" on the "Today Show"? Or Oprah tweeting for the first time? Or Jimmy Kimm...
The rules of fame are being rewritten. Andy Warhol would be pleased. Forget fifteen minutes, now you can create a cult of yourself on Twitter and be in constant conversation with every fan.
Alright gentlemen, throw on some Michael Phelps goggles so your eyes don't pop out of their sockets. These Twittettes put the brain back in sexy.
Tila Tequilla twitters. A lot.
Twitter, the trendy message service that can eat up your privacy faster than a school of piranhas, is flaunting Brazil's tough Internet laws in an effort to mine digital gold.
Three of Chicago's twitterati Ed note: SO not a fan of that word, but in this case I suppose it's fitting have formed a club for nerds, the Chicago Ne...
What are these peak moments the Twitterati are experiencing? Are their lives more fun and enlightening than mine, or are they just marketing their lives 140 characters at a time, and therefore appreciating them more?
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?
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