Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment:
Think your tweets are important? So does the Library of Congress. It announced that it will archive every publically posted tweet since Twitter’s inception in March 2006. Don’t worry, tweets marked private won’t be preserved … aren’t you wondering how to send a private tweet right now?
In other Twitter news, the company hopes that its new @anywhere feature will make the service even more popular. @anywhere brings automatic ‘linkification’ to sites, making it just as easy to use Twitter on nearly any site as it is on Twitter.com.
And here’s something to tweet about, Adobe’s Opera Mini browser, the first third-party browser to hit the iTunes app store, is fast becoming the #1 selling app. It’s popularity shows that iPhone and iPad users want the option of running a browser that isn’t Apple’s Safari. What a surprise!
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