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Fake Twitter message sends users to password harvesting site

The webpage address for the page has the wrong URL and has twitter.com spelled wrong. The page is set-up to harvest usernames and passwords. If you think you may have entered your username and password into this page please go to the real Twitter webpage at twitter.com and change your password immediately.

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NASA invites public to Tweet into space

NASA invites public to Tweet into space

MEDIA RELEASE The Twitterverse and universe will converge during space shuttle Endeavour’s upcoming mission to the International Space Station. NASA is inviting the public to send questions for the astronauts via Twitter and have them answered live from space. Astronaut Mike Massimino will be accepting questions for the crew from the public via his Twitter […]

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Ironmanlife: Twitter battles heating up

Ironmanlife: Twitter battles heating up

(Kevin Mackinnon catches up on the latest competition between Julie Dibens and Mirinda Carfrae) As much as I feel that we couldn’t be much better represented by our two current world champions, Craig Alexander and Chrissie Wellington, there’s only one thing that we’re missing these days with their current domination of Ironman World Championship – […]

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Senate committees to Twitter hearing updates

Senate committees to Twitter hearing updates

MEDIA RELEASE The Senate has announced several committees will be participating in a pilot project using Twitter to provide real-time updates on the progress of committee hearings. The Senate Committees on Higher Education (HRE), Consumer Protection (CPC), and Health (HTH) will be sending messages to let followers know that the hearing has convened, the bill […]

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NASA's Hurricane page is all 'a-Twitter'

NASA’s Hurricane page is all ‘a-Twitter’

MEDIA RELEASE NASA is all “a-Twitter” about its tropical cyclone research. In 2005, NASA created its Hurricane and Tropical Cyclone Web page that covers research on tropical cyclones around the world every day. That includes all ocean basins in both the northern and southern hemispheres. Now, NASA’s Hurricane page has a companion Twitter page. NASAHurricane […]

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NASA astronaut Jeff Williams, who will command the next International Space Station mission, is using Twitter, a blog and short video clips to provide a unique, behind the scenes insight into his training in Russia. Once in orbit, Williams will become the first space station commander to share his experiences using Twitter.

Next space station commander shares training, flight on Twitter and blog

NASA astronaut Jeff Williams, who will command the next International Space Station mission, is using Twitter, a blog and short video clips to provide a unique, behind the scenes insight into his training in Russia. Once in orbit, Williams will become the first space station commander to share his experiences using Twitter.

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Twin NASA commanders Twitter about space meeting

Twin NASA commanders Twitter about space meeting

Another story that’s got absolutely nothing to do with the Big Island, but it’s just cool:  MEDIA RELEASE Two NASA astronaut commanders have perspectives like no others on Twitter — the views of twin brothers preparing on opposite sides of the world to command both the space shuttle and the International Space Station.  The tweeting […]

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Social media service Twitter suffering from computer attacks

Social media service Twitter suffering from computer attacks

By Baron Sekiya/Hawaii247.com Popular social media service Twitter has been under attack today in what’s known as a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack. The service is back up and running, or at least limping along. Reports on the web also note service problems with social media sites Facebook, LiveJournal and YouTube. Of these site Twitter […]

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