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Article No. 654 April 13, 2011

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Fixed now, thanks! That's what I get for rushing ;-/

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At least Twitter was nice enough to point this out in a nice way:

"Your tweet was over 140 characters. You'll have to be more clever."

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How about I win for pointing out that the Tweet entries DONT FIT into a Tweet of 140 characters?

Hey @uxmag, I would be interested in purchasing digital versions of conference presentations. Do I win a copy of 'Brave NUI World'? http://uxm.ag/j4