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10 years of Twitter

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On March 21, ten years ago, it began with a single Tweet. Since then, every moment of every day, people connect about the things they care about most — all over the world.


As we mark this milestone, it’s you we want to celebrate. As March 21 begins around the world, each of our global offices will kick off the day by showing our appreciation and gratitude — starting in Sydney and following the sun to headquarters in San Francisco. We are excited to celebrate with all of you.


Throughout the years, you’ve made Twitter what it is today and you’re shaping what it will be in the future. Thank you for making history, driving change, lifting each other up and laughing together every day.





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Co-founder Jack Dorsey tweeted first, when the service was called “Twttr.”


Early user Chris Messina proposed the use of a hashtag to denote people at the same live event.


When the Mars Phoenix Lander found ice on Mars, NASA used Twitter to break the news.


Early user Janis Krums happened to be on a ferry when a plane went down in the Hudson River.


Ashton Kutcher was the first person on Twitter to reach 1 million followers.


Astronaut TJ Creamer sent the first tweet from space, marking an historic moment in social media.


In a royal first, the Prince of Wales’ private office announced Prince William’s engagement to Kate Middleton.


Up late one night, Sohaib Athar inadvertently live-tweeted the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan.


Beyoncé announced she was pregnant with her first child, setting a record of 8,868 tweets per second.


President Obama noted his second presidential win. And within hours it became the most retweeted for the year.


Pope Benedict was the first Pope to join Twitter, creating 8 accounts to tweet in different languages.


Two bombs shook the Boston Marathon – and the world. Twitter became crucial for journalists, police and citizens.


The passing of revered South African statesman Nelson Mandela flooded Twitter, spiking at 95,000 tweets per minute.


Ellen DeGeneres' Oscar selfie was retweeted over 3.3 million times, breaking the record held by POTUS.


The #BringBackOurGirls movement was created when more than 250 schoolgirls were abducted in Nigeria.


The World Cup was the biggest sports event, with more than 672 million tweets during the month-long tournament.


Caitlyn Jenner joined Twitter and reached 1 million followers in 4 hours, breaking the record held by POTUS.


As the horrific attacks in Paris unfolded, the world united to support people in the City of Light with #PrayForParis.


Leonardo DiCaprio's Oscar win sparked a spike of 440,000 tweets per minute, breaking Ellen's selfie record.


The video gave me goosebumps [img]<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/default_oprah1.gif[/img]


Can't believe it's been 10 years already




3 hours ago, Entea said:

The video gave me goosebumps [img]<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/default_oprah1.gif[/img]



Instagram is queen, when will Twatter





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