No putting the genie back in this bottle!
We hope Thomas Pynchon fans don't get the same idea.
Trent Reznor may have quit social networking forever, but we just found something to take the pain away.
It stands in stark contrast to the way Jimmy Fallon has been embracing Internet culture.
It's a private jet or bust for the Queen of Tweets.
And you thought the service was only good for wasting time!
We don't know if this is good or bad news.
Even Ashton Kutcher thinks this is a bad idea.
Plus: Finally, a 'Flight of the Navigator' remake.
If you're going to be openly critical of someone on Twitter, at least have the decency to use an @ symbol in your tweets!
You'll be pleased to know he has many a personal hero, too.
"Let Me Twitter Dat," the greatest (only?) anthem of the social-networking phenomenon.
Meanwhile, in other tenuously connected Twitter news, Fred Durst had dinner at Medieval Times this weekend.
The event was theater sanctioned and all tweeting was restricted to the back rows so as not to disturb other moviegoers. Even so, ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE.
"And it's not about me, it's not about any accolade I'm trying to achieve. It's really about us and, uh, about a statement that one man can have a voice that's as loud as an entire media company."
Something about this sure seems ominous to us.
You take them both and there you have the facts of Bay. The facts of Bay.
Snoop Dogg is broadcasting live on the Internet right now, playing Name That Tune with his Twitter followers while smoking a marijuana cigarette.
Oft-topless Wolverine-portraying Oscar savior Hugh Jackman has been forced to admit to using a ghost Twitterer.
No ghost Twittering for him, no sir!
We're just thankful a ghost Twitterer wasn't behind the wheel.
She clearly doesn't respect the 140-character limit.
Barack Obama, we thought you were better than this.
After a marathon Tweeting session last night yielded 130 indecipherable 140-character revelations, we're beginning to think it's probably her.
We figured you should probably know about this.