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 Post subject: Russian hackers launched Twitter attack "to silence Georgian blogger"
PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2009 4:57 pm 
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The distributed denial of service attack which caused the Twitter microblogging service to crash on Thursday afternoon is thought to be the work of Russian hackers.

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 Post subject: British troops encouraged to use Twitter
PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2009 5:58 pm 
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British troops are being encouraged by the Ministry of Defence to use Twitter and Facebook to keep in touch with family and friends.

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 Post subject: Twitter attack "could have been work of teenager in his bedroom"
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An attack on Twitter which prevented users from "tweeting" could have been the work of a teenager in their bedroom an expert said.

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 Post subject: Re: Russian hackers launched Twitter attack
PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:40 am 
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Rusian hacker, little boy in his bedroom, to be or not to be.

Put your opinion man, i think it was own guys of twitter in order to get more atention. :wow:

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 Post subject: Barack Obama healthcare: Twitter campaign defends British NHS
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Online campaign launched following attacks on NHS in wake of Barack Obama"s drive to reform US healthcare.

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 Post subject: London"s bridges in war of words on Twitter
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Some of Britain"s most famous bridges are engaged in a war of words on Twitter the microblogging website.

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 Post subject: Twitter faux pas: 20 dreadful types of tweet
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Twitter is frequently ridiculed by people who have never used the service. But fans of the microblogging site are more aware than anyone just how annoying some tweets can be.
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 Post subject: This week in googlemaps
PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2009 1:11 pm 
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Here are the tweets that were the most popular this past week in case you missed anything. This was also a big week for us because we reached the 20,000 follower milestone. Send a tweet to googlemaps if you have a suggestion for how we should celebrate and thank all our followers
  • Introducing Place Pages for Google Maps everything about one place on one page http://bit.ly/VHMix
  • Beautiful hand-drawn map of Edinburgh. Zoom in on stairs o" death, late nite pizza amp; more http://bit.ly/JadMZ
  • I don"t speak Chinese but really want to visit China after seeing these gorgeous maps/photos from NatGeo http://bit.ly/1YWi11


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 Post subject: A bonus batch of Street View imagery
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Yesterday we announced that Street View imagery is now available for more than 11 cities across Canada, as well as in the Czech Republic. It is always exciting to bring Street View to a new country and hear from all the folks who have been eagerly awaiting it -- the news proved so popular that global traffic to Street View doubled yesterday and there were 28 million views of Canadian images yesterday (nearly as many views as Canadians). You can see what all our partners had to say and see pictures from the launch event on the GoogleCanada Twitter account.

But another priority is to refresh and extend our coverage in places we"ve already been. Now that you"ve hopefully had the chance to explore some of the stunning new images, we also wanted to point out some updates to the United States and Japan that got a little lost in yesterday"s new country excitement. We added new high-resolution imagery in several areas across the US, and have launched several special destinations in Japan through the Street View Partner Program.

We"ve updated our coverage in New York City, bringing you newer and more high-quality imagery. You can see the newly restored Guggenheim Museum, or take a look at the unique architecture of the Flatiron Building. I"m a big baseball fan, so I"m especially excited that we have the brand-new Yankee Stadium featured in Street View, just in time for the playoffs (go Yankees):

We"ve also expanded our coverage around the Washington, DC metropolitan region, which is where I grew up. Now I can take a trip down memory lane by checking out the park where my dad taught me to play catch or wandering the streets of Old Town Alexandria. DC also has a new baseball stadium for the Nationals, which you can now see in Street View:

You"ll also find updates here in San Francisco:

There are areas of new imagery across California, Colorado, Texas, Pennsylvania, DC, Florida, and New York. Not all areas in these places have been updated, but we"re still hard at work.

In Japan, with our Street View Partner Program, we"ve been able to add images of 10 popular tourist destinations and special attractions, such as the Sapporo Maruyama Zoo:

For a really global experience, tour around Huis Ten Bosch, a theme park in Japan modeled as a Dutch village:




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 Post subject: Twitter "freezes" for hours
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Twitter went down for several hours on Thursday prompting users of the microblogging service to share how they coped without it.
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