7 Tweets You Won't Want to Miss
Whether watching Tuesday's election stats or today's IPO, you've probably hit refresh on your Twitter feed countless times in the past couple days. The 140 character chatter venue has come a long way since 2006. Just look at the numbers: 230+ million monthly active users and 500 million Tweets sent per day! The speed and volume of information distributed via Twitter can seem overwhelming. However, it also indicates a growing appreciation for transparency and accountability in public discourse. The playing field has been leveled, and anyone can air complaints, report facts, and share opinions—anyone can be heard.
In honor of this historic day for Twitter, we are excited to announce a new series highlighting our favorite tweets from the previous week:
Good point, Dana.
— Dana Perino (@DanaPerino) November 5, 2013
Don't miss out!
— Twitter Small Biz (@TwitterSmallBiz) November 6, 2013
Is traffic better in Madrid?
For a country as wealthy as America, the dilapidated state of its infrastructure sure is a sorry sight http://t.co/vgg2tDpfjB
— The Economist (@EconBizFin) November 6, 2013
— General Electric (@generalelectric) November 7, 2013
Competition is good for biz!
Beyond the Capitol Dome: D.C. Embraces Its Entrepreneurial Economy http://t.co/AZ1eIvqV6K
— Richard Krawczyk (@TheMrBlueprint) November 6, 2013
Something to think about.
— FWD.us (@FWD_us) November 6, 2013
Great perspective, Arthur.
Fighting for people beats fighting against things. Be a happy warrior for freedom, opportunity, and enterprise for everyone.
— Arthur Brooks (@arthurbrooks) November 1, 2013
Have suggestions for next week's list? Contact me via Twitter @AbramOlmstead!