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April 13, 2010


I think that by twitter allowing ads to pop up it will perhaps make people less inclined to use it. On a daily basis we are bombarded with messages and adverts, places like twitter allow us to escape this and let us look for the information we want to recieve. By allowing this to happen i think you may be correct when you question if it simply allows space for a new network to pop up.

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