Tweeting More Than 140 Characters with Brilliant or Blasphemy?

Earlier this month, Twitter client TweetDeck introduced, a new feature that enables users to send long messages to Twitter, bypassing the 140-character limit that is the signature of the micro-blogging service. The response from users has been mixed, to say the least. Some users are glad to be able to tweet without restriction on length, but many are frowning upon the service’s violation …

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