1. rafegas reblogged this from wired
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    Well. There goes our childhood.
  3. ukinfosci reblogged this from wired and added:
    A new twitter without @ replies or hashtags? An interesting prospect.
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  8. aashutoshvatsa reblogged this from wired and added:
    @replies will soon look like Facebook comments on a tweet.Awful change.There is a race going between Twitter and...
  9. ohtheironyofit reblogged this from wired and added:
    What would be the fun (or the point) in Twitter without replies and hashtags!?
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  11. alreadybeenbroughten reblogged this from wired and added:
    Hashtags, @ replies, and retweets form the basis of social media as they know it today. How much of a troglodyte do you...
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  13. iskios reblogged this from wired and added:
    Twitter is slowly but surely water skiing toward a shark.
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  20. jazzypom reblogged this from thedigitalworldblog and added:
    What? Everyone knows what a hastag is. Gahhhh.
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  23. dangull reblogged this from wired and added:
    It would look much more professional and cleaner if the @ replies were gone (but replies are still available) but I’m...
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