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2 Comments on “Tweets are for Lovers”

  1. Really enjoyed reading this! I think a lot of people would benefit from ‘verbal tweeting’ or ‘txt tweets’ as a way a reminding others that you’re there or have not forgotten that they are there. Simple and good communication that everyone can try!

  2. Communications in limited words [140 chareecters] was started long back in AMUL advertisements in INDIA. Amul ads were funny and direct comments on the social activities or top news of the day [or week]. These ads used to change everyday and people were waiting every day to see what next.

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