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August 06, 2010


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Jen Bilik

Jen Bilik, owner of Knock Knock, here. Found this via Google Alerts. Love the way you've thought through the mechanics of the meta-nature of the Paper Tweet and the nature of virality. Fun!


Hi Jen-

Thanks for dropping by here and very nice to "meet" you!

I've gotten so many chuckles out of the Paper Tweet pad. You certainly got the meta train of thought going.

I signed up for your email newsletter. :-)


I have so experience with the virtual Twitter that this boggles my mind even more! Hilarious.


Hi Bhaswati-

So great to get your perspective!

Nice to see you here and hope that your writing is going well. :-)

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