Why hit the phones when you can just do your work on Twitter? Jason Pontin, Caroline Waxler, and a Washington Post reporter show us how to tweetsource your way to more free time:
Brazen Careerist blogger Penelope Trunk thought about sex and clean boxes.
Fortune contributor Caroline Waxler, formerly an editor at Henry Blodget's Business Insider, contemplated downward mobility.
Wired's Danny Dumas saved a Washington Post reporter the trouble of finding an actual source.
Freelance editor Todd Lappin crowdsourced his geek inquiries.
Technology Review editor Jason Pontin tried to fill up a lonely letters page.
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