Only 10% Of Twitter Users Account For 90% Of All Tweets

Only 10% Of Twitter Users Account For 90% Of All Tweets

Prolific Twitter users, such as Ashton Kutcher and his wife, Demi Moore, account for the majority of tweets posted on the microblogging site.  

The report found that the use of Twitter is highly concentrated among its most prolific users. This is in contrast to usage patterns on other social networks, such as Facebook, where the top 10 per cent of users account for only 30 per cent of all content, three times less than the amount [of content] created by the top tweeters.

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The DOT: Future Concept Car That Networks With Other Vehicles

The DOT: Future Concept Car That Networks With Other Vehicles

Concept DOT 

Certain design elements of the Concept DOT remind us of the stackable cars concept, and well, it does appear to have functions similar to MIT’s concept as well. The zero emission vehicle moves on three wheels and uses electromagnetic motors to propel itself. While on the road, it is capable of networking with other vehicles, and even allows attaching of similar vehicles. Again, something similar to MITs stackable concept. (Pics)

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Europe’s Biggest Oceanarium Will Be Located In Moscow

Europe’s Biggest Oceanarium Will Be Located In Moscow 

Duman Oceanarium

It is expected that the proposed enormous oceanarium in Moscow will form part of an amusement complex complete with a cinema, hotel, business center, shopping mall and many restaurants. According to news sources, the Eurasian country of Kazakhstan, which is the world’s largest landlocked country, is financing the construction of one of the new oceanarium.

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Can Twitter Fix an Economy in Crisis?

Can Twitter Fix an Economy in Crisis?

In search of a future for Brentwood, CA … and the U.S. work force

Raymond Alvarez:  Earthquakes, a great flood, fires – seemingly nothing could stop the rocking ’90s and California’s Contra Costa County, an area bounded by high tech companies to the south and industrial giants in the north.

Then came the fourth horseman of the apocalypse, the real estate bust.

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MPAA’s Beloved “Network Monitoring” To Be Included In Broadband Stimulus Bill

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“MPAA to Public: All your intermets are belong to us!” The short version: music/movie lobbyists want “network monitoring” provisions in the broadband stimulus bill, to track what you’re doing in the name of anti-filesharing. Snip from Public Knowledge post: Hollywood’s lobbyists are running all over the Hill to sneak in a copyright filtering provision into the stimulus package. The amendment allow ISPs to “deter” child pornography and copyright infringement through network management techniques. The amendment is very, very controversial for a couple of reasons:

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