Something for nothing? Unlikely

Venkatraman, Archana
October 2009
Information World Review;Oct2009, Issue 259, p10
Trade Publication
In this article, the author talks about the need for Twitter to justify its 1 billion U.S. dollar-valuation and expresses the view that Twitter will gradually offer advertisements.


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