Twitter is all a Twitter about Twitter’s seventh birthday today March 21, 2013. And Like most children, Twitter appears to be a Liberal. Wait until they go public!
Today is Twitter’s seventh birthday, which is like 100 in Internet years. It all started on March 21, 2006, when Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey sent his first tweet, which read “just setting up my twttr” (without vowels, as the service’s name was written originally). Over the course of a few short years, Twitter grew into the social and news behemoth. Twitter has an estimated 200 million active users in 2013.
To celebrate its seventh birthday, Twitter has released a video chronicling the site’s history. And all grown up, Twitter subtly reveals political inclinations by including quite a few liberal-leaning moments in Twitter history. For example, the video mentions the Egyptian revolution of 2011 and the most retweeted post of all time, which was a photo of President Obama hugging the First Lady with the caption “Four more years,” as significant moments in the company’s history.
Continue reading – Twitter, Growing Up On Its 7th Birthday, Hints At Its Politics.
Since @jack first tweeted in 2006, Twitter has become a global town square. Thanks to all of you, our open, real-time platform is thriving: well over 200 million active users send more than 400 million Tweets every day. Here’s to your creativity, curiosity and experimentation on our platform. We’re gratified that so many millions of you have made Twitter yours. Thank you.
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Note: Politisite joined Twitter – Wed Dec 31 02:50:19 +0000 2008 so we could Tweet Happy New Year Greetings Around the World. Politisite just celebrated it’s 15th birthday online last week. We wish Twitter a Happy 7th Birthday!