Friday, October 15, 2010

Twitter Reporting Blanketed Connecticut Murder Trial - NYTimes.com

Time to invest in companies that make wide-area wireless phone service blocking equipment

Haiku journalism, one of the courtroom Twitter users called it. Still, followers learned everything, if succinctly, including the most gruesome details, as well as who was napping in the second row and the schedule for breaks. “It made you feel like you were there,” said Lawrence E. Soda, a supermarket accountant, who said he kept Twitter reports of the trial rolling on his computer at the market in New Canaan.

Twitter Reporting Blanketed Connecticut Murder Trial - NYTimes.com

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