Twitter Abruptly Resigns From The “Free Speech Wing Of The Free Speech Party”

Happy belated #Jan25 from San Francisco: A new Twitter policy which goes into effect today allows the social network “to reactively withhold content from users in a specific country,” so that Twitter can further expand globally and “enter countries that have different ideas about the...

#MooreandMe: Still Waiting at the Foot of the Tower

Much has been written (and likely will be written) about #MooreandMe, the still-ongoing tweet-in convened in response to dismissive comments made last week by progressive icon Michael Moore (both on his site and via an appearance on Countdown with Keith Olbermann, which subsequently drew the bombastic MSNBC...

G20 Aftermath: The Revolution Has a Hash Tag

The other day on Twitter, the righteously awesome Adele M. Stan of AlterNet asked me if I thought the massive police insurrection at this past weekend’s G20 Summit in Toronto had its roots in past security operations at events in the US (eg, the 2004 RNC convention in NYC). One can’t help but...

New Project: #rebelleft on Twitter, Tumblr

About #rebelleft on Twitter: The service only works if you have a public Twitter account (free to start and use). If you don’t, and there’s news you’d like to spread, simply ask for a retweet. All issues, news stories, commentaries, and updates from the left are welcome. When tweeting a...

Now presenting today’s Unintentionally Ironic Tweet by Michelle Malkin

I’ve started following Michelle Malkin on Twitter, and I have noticed that she’s a bit more honest in the microblogging format — whether she means to be or not.  Why not make a regular feature out of her sincerity?  So today, I present the (in the parlance of our week) inaugural...

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