Saturday, February 11, 2012

The vow twitter

  • The Vow, a film about a man whose wife loses her memory after a car accident and forgets her husband, opened in theaters Friday.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • A writer and Occupy Wall Street activist whose tweets have become the subject of a subpoena by a New York prosecutor is seeking to quash the order in court.
  • (The Guardian)
  • The Vow is based on the true story of a woman who lost her memory in a car accident and had to fall in love with her husband for a second time.
  • (The State)
  • Lieberman, independent of Connecticut, posted on Twitter: "Government should not compel religious organization's to provide services contrary to their beliefs." Other Democrats across the country joined them in their criticism.
  • (New York Times)
  • Democratic Party lawmaker Angelina Sondakh, who has just been named a suspect in a high-profile case by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), has vowed to retaliate against those she deems to be against her.
  • (Jakarta Post)
  • Dylan is the first person to tell you he has autism. Hes a little educator on autism. Thanks to his parents, hell now have a bigger platform. Contact reporter Steve Carp at or 702-387-2913. Follow him on Twitter: @stevecarprj.
  • (Las Vegas Review Journal)
  • His 33rd year was definitely eventful, with a much talked-about new job and a split from Demi Moore. Tame-on-Twitter Ashton Kutcher posted a nice note for his Two and a Half Men family Tuesday, who presented him with a photo birthday cake as he turned 34.
  • (USA Today)
  • Starlet Demi Lovato has decided to take a break from Twitter. The actress, who has been in a relationship with actor Wilmer Valderrama that recently ended, believes that she has been exposing too much of her life on Twitter.
  • (E Canada Now)
  • Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker Santorum argued that Romneys candidacy would be undermined if the economy continued to improve. Job figures released Friday showed unemployment dropping to 8.3%, its lowest level since 2009.
  • (CNN)
  • He showed how users can flip between email, Web browsing, Facebook and Twitter without ever leaving any of those programs. RIM's new software is appealing enough that he's been approached about licensing it, Mr. Heins said.
  • (Financial Post)

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