From: Ann Rich
Subject: Ann Rich wants to keep up with you on Twitter
Twitter connects you with everything you want to know, right now. Short bursts of information are readily available from news organizations, corporate entities, politicians, celebrities, local businesses - even your close friends and family.
Also, if you have something to share with the world, Twitter makes it super easy. To join for free, click the link below.
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About Twitter, Inc.
Founded in 2007, Twitter Inc believes the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact. Every "Tweet" is limited to 140 characters of text or links which means they are easily written or read on a wide variety of services and devices including any mobile phone, social networks, television, Macs, PCs, and the Web.
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