Last week, in the midst of the current Twitter media frenzy (please, please, never let us hear Barbara WaWa or Oprah mention Twitter again), several news outlets glamorized the appearance of the world's oldest Twitterer, 104-year-old Ivy Bean. According to the UK TechCrunch, the reporters should have done a little more actual reporting. The entire charade appears to have been a publicity stunt...
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