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January 23, 2009


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First Digital Tweet: "Hello World"


Leah — LOL! You've piqued my curiosity: Who said it?


Got fire?


Tumblewords — Yes! I think that one followed soon after the above "Hello World". Who said yours?

me da

"Hello World" = geek joke. It is the first thing your computer says to you in tutorials for many programming languages.

First tweet: These apples are delicious.


me da — Thanks for the explanation on "Hello World." I stand enlightened.

And good first tweet on your part! Now get a blog so I can link back to you, OK? ;-)

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