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Subject: Re: twitter
Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2011 19:59:25 -0500 (EST)
To: Anonymous

With all due respect, your interpretations are inconsistent with the
following facts. The tweets are regularly praised and retweeted, and
result in new followers, who are interested in Wikileaks, sometimes on
a daily basis. It is safe to say that you are mischaracterizing the
tweets. Have you tried the scripting example? Many people have found
it useful for finding what interests them in the cables. Moreover, the
tweets are useful for getting attention across a wide range of
individuals, who have diverse interests, so that they can see the value
of Wikileaks. In this, they are invaluable, because many of these
people will lend support in ways that some of us have not thought of.
They will see that their own endeavors rest upon the same freedoms that
we are demanding for Wikileaks and Bradley Manning. I will be
continuing with the tweets.


On 21 Feb, Anonymous wrote:
> Dear Sir,
> > Like countless people, I am following #cablegate and #wikileaks on twitter. At least since December 2010 you are - pardon me - spamming both threads with your repetitive tweets. They are neither intelligent, nor entertaining, nor informative.
> > You biggest "accomplishment" is burying real and valuable information and opinions under your - pardon again - crap.
> > Unless this is your goal, I doubt it, may I kindly ask you to turn it down a bit?
> > Thanks

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