Celebrities who ghost tweet -- that is, they have other people write their tweets for them -- should be banned from the service. It's like telling someone to pretend to live your life for you, except without all the luxuries of a minibar. Anyway, musicians have embraced Twitter with a vengeance. It's surprising it's taken this long, actually, seeing how the site is the perfect venue to keep fans in the loop. At the rate the site is growing, and judging by the success of Radiohead's online...Read Full Story
This zine embraces the Twitteratti with a bear-hug, gives it a big sloppy kiss, then smiles through the awkward pause. Look for great lists of famous people you can follow on Twitter right here.