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emilys | Sep 02, 2008 03:30 PM

The High Country News team is jumping headlong into the Web 2.0 world. Our most recent social networking adventure is happening on Twitter -- an online application that allows our reporters and editors to provide short, quick updates, via cell phone or computer, about our work as it unfolds.

In addition to writing blog posts, intern Rob Inglis is sending tweets (Twitter messages) from the Republican National Convention. No need to be a Twitter member to read his updates from St. Paul... check it out.

woohoo!
edavis
edavis
Sep 05, 2008 03:57 PM
Twitter is a seriously underused resource! Thanks for doing this!

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