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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Twitter reaction’

Aaron Rodgers Injured, Won’t Return To Monday Night Football

You could have heard a pin drop in Lambeau at the end of the Green Bay Packers opening drive, as their star quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, was injured. He has since been ruled out for the remainder of the game with an injury to his left (non-throwing) shoulder. DEVELOPING: Aaron Rodgers has gone to the locker room after a sack to …

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L.A. Kings Win the Stanley Cup – Twitter Reacts

The Los Angeles Kings started the championship series 3-0 and had two chances to put out the New Jersey Devils last week and failed on both occasions. But they never gave up, and yesterday they finally took the series and the Stanley Cup. The game was one sided for the Kings, who scored 3 goals in a row off the …

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Keira Knightly Congratulated by Twitter

Fan reaction to news of actress Keira Knightley’s recent engagement has been mixed, to say the least. We’ve already shown how male fans of Hollywood’s hottest ultra-thin, non-breast-enhanced actress have reacted – they were devastated. However, the internet isn’t all doom-and-gloom when it comes to celebrity romance. Many fans were able to put aside their lust for the actress and …

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Mark Zuckerberg is Trending on Twitter

What did you expect? Mark Zuckerberg is the toast of planet Earth right now, as his multi-billion dollar IPO, Facebook, officially hits NASDAQ. Most of it is updates on Mark Zuckerberg’s current wealth, which is growing by the minute as his shares climb on the exchange. This is to be expected considering the initial high demand of Facebook stock. Eventually …

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Chris Matthews Sucks at Jeopardy: Twitter Reacts

Here is a partial transcript of Matthews worst answers: Matthews: Let’s go back to, what is ‘Crossword Clues E?’ I mean, I’m sorry, let’s go $200 for the category ‘Crossword Clues E. Trebeck: At ____, soldier! Four letters. Matthews: At ease, soldier, “What is ‘At ease, soldier?’ Trebeck: Ease Full name of the U2 pilot shot down over the Soviet …

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Richard Rosenblatt Says Yahoo’s CEO Should Resign

Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt is joining the debate about how Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson should react to the recent uncovering of his false credentials by activist investor Dan Loeb. If you recall, Loeb and his investment firm Third Point felt compelled to dig up some dirt on Yahoo’s leadership after he was denied a seat on the board of …

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Kentucky Derby on Twitter: Picks and Mint Juleps

The Kentucky Derby is anyone’s race. Unless you get a freak of nature horse like Secretariat, the race could be run over and over again with a different result every time. That doesn’t stop people from using every resource and method out there for picking their favorites. One method is probably as good as another. Some people just choose the …

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Instagram Users Threatening to Leave

Within a week of finally releasing its Android version, Instagram, the social photo-sharing app for smartphones, has been sold to Facebook for a hefty $1 billion. Now, users of the service are up in arms, and some are threatening to leave altogether. There is no telling what this sale means for Instagram, other than its founders are now incredibly wealthy. …

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Syracuse vs. UNC Asheville: Early Twitter Reaction

We’re underway in Pittsburgh as Syracuse and UNC Asheville has tipped off. Early on it seems that the Bulldogs of UNC Asheville aren’t scared by the No. 1 that is beside the Syracuse name, as they’re hitting almost every shot their jacking up. Could this be the day where we see a No. 16 FINALLY defeat a No. 1 seed? …

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Power Of Light Transfers One Trillion Bits/Second

Researchers at IBM have been busy perfecting a new technique which allows an optical chip to transfer one terabit (one trillion bits) of information per second. The technology will be useful in powering new supercomputers and helping data centers manage information. The new chip, being called “Holey Optochip”, exceeds current data transfer speeds by over eight times. The technique used …

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