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Hash tags were cool for about 10 minutes. But then they started to remind us of IRC, Meta Data, and reading a book written in another language.

When Twitter hit the big time, just a couple months before the landmark “@oprah” show, all of the trending topics on Twitter were hash tags. It was new, it was cool, it was hip to know what a hash tag was. And if you used them properly, it meant you were twitterific at twittering.
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from gabrielmelvoin 3487 Days ago #
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well this isn’t so surprising! something has to give.

from jasont311 3487 Days ago #
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It was bound to happen, obviously.

from dengshaowei 3485 Days ago #
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when the real-time search is better, i think the hash tag take non-sense

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