Henry Blodget points to another milestone for Twitter: a passenger tweets a plane crash (after getting out, one hopes) — including a consumer relations moment (Continental won’t give the survivors a drink).
Interestingly, the first news I had of the crash was an eyewitness account. Pretty amazing.
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