East-West Differences Divide Twitterati

The Wall Street Journal diaspora was divided by an ocean; coastal wine writers were divided by an assumption-filled land mass; and Harvey Weinstein and his interviewer re-divided the responsibilities. The Twitterati were geographically fractious.

East-West Differences Divide Twitterati

The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Dodes Wortman will role play if it's fair.

East-West Differences Divide Twitterati

The New York Times' Eric Asimov and San Francisco Business Times' Chris Rauber might consider having a reparative cuddle party together, in the cuddle party's native home of New York City, California.

East-West Differences Divide Twitterati

Wired.com's Alexis Madrigal was doing such a good job of aiming high, until he crapped out there at the end.

East-West Differences Divide Twitterati

Current WSJ runway-watcher Elizabeth Holmes just knew one of her Twitter followers could save her seat.

East-West Differences Divide Twitterati

Former WSJ runway-watcher (turned author) Cheryl Tan just knew one of her Twitter followers could catch her TV appearance tomorrow (today?) in Singapore.


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