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Twitter wants to show their users how the microblogging platform has helped others and for that purpose they have launched Twitter Tales a new offering that is meant to inspire and motivate others to use Twitter in fun, effective and interesting ways.
Twitter’s own communications staffer Carolyn Penner said on the company’s official blog that Twitter Tales is meant to display: “a growing set of articles that highlights creative individuals and businesses from all corners of the world that help make Twitter awesome.”
If you have a story to share, you can send it to email@example.com and you could be one of the showcases stories.
“Days are long, months feel safe. But the years, the years seem to be on the run.”
When Natasha Badhwar created her @natashabadhwar Twitter account in June 2009, she used the service as a quiet and personal safe haven of sorts. It became an escape from other spaces, which seemed cluttered with superficial concerns and hollow outrage. Here, she could ask questions. She could seek change. She could give a voice to her innermost self. “I used Twitter to be honest, to express the core of my feelings and experiences,” Natasha, a New Delhi-based mother of three, filmmaker, photographer, writer, and self-described compulsive multitasker, explains.