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Overheard on Twitter: JayPa Answering Questions

A lot of people still don’t understand why someone would use Twitter.

Here’s a good example. We’re hoping it’s a little clearer than @Oprah’s attempt last week.

Jay Paterno sent out this tweet a couple of hours ago:

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So now what will happen is that Jay Paterno will get responses from people that look like this:

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Anyone can send him a response like that… it’s an easy way for him to interact with a large number of people.

Now here’s what I want to know: will @JayPaterno’s friend, @BarackObama, start using Twitter this way too? That would be pretty sweet…

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