UCLA is beginning to Twitter, reports the campus newspaper, the Daily Bruin. On campus, the BruinAlert system, the Daily Bruin, the UCLA newsroom, and several student clubs all recently began their own Twitter feeds. The new social-networking web site is similar to limited blogging, as it allows users to post what they are doing in a maximum of 140 characters. Senders can restrict the delivery of updates to those in their circle of friends and family, who can "follow" their feed to get updates on daily activities. Even President Barack Obama, Britney Spears, and Lance Armstrong have started "tweeting." Local...

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