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7/21/2010 03:24 AM EDT

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re: The 3 reasons engineers will (eventually) love Twitter...
BobsView   6/10/2013 5:22:44 PM
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I clicked on this article not realizing it is 3 years old. Then I saw the date. Surely there something more up-to-date to report.

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re: The 3 reasons engineers will (eventually) love Twitter...
przemek   6/7/2013 3:25:01 PM
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Twitter is apparently the only one of the major cloud communication technology companies that isn't participating in the NSA PRISM program (industry-wide data harvesting that until recently was a top secret).

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