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Twitter, the 140-character social networking service, is an increasingly big deal. There are scads of Twitter users across the globe and it's anything but uncommon to find that entities from big businesses to government agencies have a Twitter presence. In today's podcast I speak with two Macworld editors, Scholle Sawyer-McFarland and Lex Friedman, who've recently participated in two unique Tweet-ups--one at the launch of the final space shuttle mission and the other, a meeting with the President.

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Lex details his visit to the White House in Better Living Through Twitter. You can find the three of us on Twitter. Scholle is @schollem, Lex is @lexfri, and I'm @BodyofBreen. You can also follow Macworld on Twitter at @macworld.

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This episode is sponsored by Many Tricks.


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