Joel Postman, the author of this post is at Cisco. The point that is brought up is whether to acknowledge where you got something from, in your own Twitter posts.
it brings up for me two things:
1. Yes - its good to know the source (even if its at the end of a chain)
2. Why can't this be "kept" out of the twitter 140 characters, but stored elsewhere (where?) and accessed when needed
What do you think?
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