Wednesday, November 2, 2011

One page collects the best human stories Twitter

The purpose of Twitter, or one of the most important-is to establish a direct and effective communication with our contacts. In 140 characters, we must be able to express what we are thinking about or comment on the report will recommend through a link.

But behind many of the more than 250 million messages that are posted each day through Twitter is fascinating human stories that often go unnoticed between the vortex network information microblogging popularity. To recover some, Twitter has announced today via its official blog the launch of Twitter stories , a page that is intended to remind "the humanity behind the tweets."

The first stories that are presented include those of a young man who helped save his mother's library of bankruptcy , that of a football player who invited 85 of his followers to dinner , and the Japanese fishermen Twitter used to sell your product before returning to port .

The company has created an account @ twitterstories and the hashtag # TwitterStory for any of your users tell you how, thanks to Twitter his life has changed or improved.


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