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Checking Out Your Tweets — Aubrie Faxon Vs. Gabby Quinteros

Checking Out Your Tweets’ returns to watch two hot Twitter photos battle it out. Last week’s champion Aubrie Faxon (getting a whopping 76% of the votes) moves on to face Gabby Quinteros this week. Aubrie is just a couple weeks a

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Maria Menounos’ Hot Bikini Photo Tweet Ruined By Unwelcome Guests [PICTURE]

‘Extra’ correspondent Maria Menounos tweeted a picture of her bikini clad body. Sounds magical, but, it would have been a much hotter pic if her parents weren’t involved.

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Die-Hard 76ers Fan Lands Job with Team After Launching Clever Twitter Campaign

Jerry Rizzo’s love for the Philadelphia 76ers is paying off. Literally.

The 23-year-old got a job working in social media with the team after he and a friend took to Twitter to help the franchise reach out to fans as part of a contest to help choose a new mascot.

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Paulina Gretzky Ends Twitter ‘Silence’ With Hot New Picture

Paulina Gretzky wasn’t content with just breaking our hearts by announcing after Thanksgiving that she was taking a “break from Twitter.” Now, she’s actually playing with the shattered pieces.

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Alex Livesey, Getty Images / Twitter
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Paulina Shows Wayne Gretzky She’s Not His Little Girl Anymore on Twitter

Hockey great Wayne Gretzky convinced his 22-year-old party girl daughter, Paulina, to shut down her Twitter account over the weekend after she had used the social media platform to post sexy pictures of herself as promotional material for her aspiring career as a model.

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NFL PLayer Kirk Morrison Gives College Student Free Game Tickets in Exchange for His Twitter Handle

Buffalo Bills’ linebacker Kirk Morrison traded a 20-year-old Canadian business student with the same name as his to an NFL game experience in exchange for the Twitter handle @kirkmorrison.

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LeBron James Takes a Drubbing After Calling Tim Tebow a ‘Winner’ on Twitter

On Sunday, basketball star LeBron James took to his Twitter feed to congratulate Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow on his team’s come-from-behind victory against the Miami Dolphins, calling Tebow a “winner.”

It seemed innocent enough — until some very bitter NBA fans saw it.

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Social Media World Responds to a Florida Jury Acquitting Casey Anthony of Murder

Many social commentators and observers have wondered how the social media world would have reacted to the O.J. Simpson verdict some 15 years ago.  In 1995 we were still bound to traditional media.  Most of us watched in disbelief that October day when the jury found O.J. Simpson not guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, yet other than talking with our friends we had no other outlets to express our thoughts and feelings.

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Derek Jeter is mobbed by reporters after the Yankees defeated the Angels in game six of the 2009 ALCS.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
Derek Jeter is mobbed by reporters after the Yankees defeated the Angels in game six of the 2009 ALCS. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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Have Sports Beat Writers Lost Their Relevance?

With our ever increasing dependence and addiction to social media, beat writers are becoming less relevant with each day, tweet, and video blog.  I caution people not to confuse a great columnist or writer with a daily beat writer.  A talented columnist can still provide the insight and wit that can't be captured in 140 characters or less.

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To Tweet or not to Tweet!

Of all the social networking sites available today, I think Twitter is the one best suited for athletes and celebrities.  My space is on life support, and Facebook is a place where 'regular people' post pictures, reconnect with old friends and family, or keep tabs on their social circles.  Twitter gives athletes and celebrities the forum to express whatever is on their mind (in 140 characters or less) without the pressure of cameras, microphones, or the dreaded follow up question.  However, this medium has gotten some athletes into hot water.

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