I think it’s fascinating, social media’s reflection of (and impact on) the collective conscience…
Within minutes, Romney’s answer to the question posed by voter Katherine Fenton had inspired not just a flurry of women-in-binders-related tweets but also the Twitter account Romney’s Binder (@Romneys_Binder), which attracted over 12,300 followers by the debate’s end and the Facebook page Binders Full Of Women, which had over 32,000 likes by the time the time moderator Candy Crowley concluded the event.
HuffPost Women. “Romney ‘Binders Full Of Women’ Debate Remark Inspires Tumblr, Facebook Page And Twitter Account”. Accessed October 17, 2012. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/16/binders-full-of-women-tumblr-romney-debate_n_1972345.html
I like this video and now it’s been updated:
Lesson: Still think social media is a fad?
This is worth the viewing.
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