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Tech tweets of the week

Tech tweets of the week

Tech tweets of the week

A compilation of this past week's Twitter messages - from the serious to the whimsical - from some top names in technology.

“After taking up cycling to work I realise the next Irish civil war will be fought between cyclists + motorists. Why can't we all get along?!”
-      Mark Little, founder of @Storyful

“More 'media is unfair' tripe from #aras11 candidates: @MiriamOCal was superb as moderator. Boo-hoo if candidates dislike tough questions.”
-      Adrian Weckler, digital editor of The Sunday Business Post

“Protip: Don't mention you can do the worm in a slideshow. 200 students pressured me into doing it at a talk today. They were served.”
-      James Whelton, tech entrepreneur and first person to hack the iPod Nano

Government minister dumps documents in park bins http://bit.ly/pa9pCN "Hello Mr Letwin, let me introduce you to a shredder."
-      Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos

“Reviewing final plans for #NokiaWorld ... very excited about October 26th!”
-      Stephen Elop, CEO, Nokia

A combination of theft and begging has accidentally given the dogs a second dinner of chili and wine-gums. They're rolling around in bliss.”
-      Ben Hammersley, editor at large of the UK edition of WIRED magazine

In Istanbul - 12:50am and still on my BlackBerry. Now I sort of wish there was another BlackBerry outage so I could go to sleep.”
-      Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of AOL Huffington Post Media Group

Great to see the UK Prime Minister joining LinkedIn and our 6M+ members in the UK.”
-      Jeff Weiner, CEO, LinkedIn

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