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Favorite Twitter user to follow:
I'm not very good at keeping up with all the Twittering all the time, but it's good to see Virgin companies such as @virginatlantic and @virginamerica on there. To be honest, I prefer news and blog sites to being told when someone is going to the loo or making a cup of tea!
How Twitter helps him run Virgin Group:
With more than 200 Virgin companies worldwide, my days and nights are filled with exciting service launches, product announcements, parties, events, and consumer opportunities. I'm regularly asked what a day in the life of Richard Branson looks like, and Twitter helps me answer that. It also enables communication no matter where I am; thanks to Virgin America's wifi (fleetwide starting in June), I recently lost my Twitter interview virginity at 35,000 feet.
"Arianna Huffington and I chatting on Virgin America's inaugural flight to OC. Have put my trousers back on."
View tweets: http://twitter.com/richardbranson