The New York Magazine features a long article
about Twitter, the current flavour of the month and the latest 'hot web company' that is apparently being courted by the likes of Facebook and Google. The problem is, as the article reports, although this 'micro-blogging' service has become huge over the past year, there is no long term plan to make revenue as there are some limitations to how advertising or other options could be used. The report assesses the differences between Twitter and Facebook, with a review of how this increasingly popular service is being used.
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