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Favorite Twitter user to follow:
I am a huge Red Sox fan, and I love following Nick Swisher. He plays baseball for our arch enemy the Yankees. I also follow a lot of journalists and the best one—bar none—is [BuinessWeek Washing Bureau Chief] Jane Sasseen. She is an avid Twitterer and describes what it's like to be part of the Washington Press Corps.
How Twitter helps her run Communispace:
Twitter has been a fantastic vehicle for getting information about Communispace into the marketplace fast. Most recently, for instance, when Communispace launched its new blog, Verbatim, I sent a tweet out about it, and more than 1,000 people came to our blog as a result.
"It's bizarre that there's nothing in the NY Times today abt the Boston Globe. Denial?"
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