Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 6th Dec 2010 00:24 UTC
Legal I'm (was?) a Twitter user. This past week I found it utterly weird that none of the words #wikileaks, #cablegate, #cables, #Assange were actually "trending". I even tweeted about this 5 days ago. Today, my fears of secret censorship seem to be coming true. It appears that Twitter is censoring all these words, so they don't appear in the (much-used) Twitter "trends" list. Update 1: A Twitter staffer replied to the blog post saying that their trending algorithm doesn't always result to the most popular terms. Update 2: More investigation about what might be going on.
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RE[3]: FAIL
by Quake on Mon 6th Dec 2010 06:01 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: FAIL"
Quake
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2005-10-14

Web 2.0 will follow the same Napster route in my opinion:

First Generation the service available available under one corporation on their servers (Napster).
The second generation will follow the "P2P" route.

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