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English citations of Twitterable
Adjective: "able to be tweeted; capable of being communicated or reached through the Twitter microblogging service"
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- 2008 — Joan Anderman, "A captivating force at RISD helm", The Boston Globe, 25 December 2008:
- "I'm Twitterable, Facebookable, iTunesable, because everybody needs different access," he explains. "I can't do my job unless I can hear what the people need or want from me."
- 2009 — Cheryl Wetzstein, "U.S. narcissism out of control", The Washington Times, 17 May 2009:
- They are the camera-ready men and women who have the most fabulous lives, the most Twitterable thoughts, the most outrageous never-ending personal dramas.
- 2010 — Jemima Kiss, "The Queen joins Flickr", The Guardian, 26 July 2010:
- The royal family's digital excursions have already included a YouTube channel, though it is unlikely she'd be emailable, web chattable or Twitterable any time soon.
- 2011 — Ryan Rigney, Buttonless: Incredible iPhone and iPad Games and the Stories Behind Them, CRC Press (2011), →ISBN, page 221:
- Six months later, the newly-formed Sworcery team set out to make what they called “a strange, musical, Twitterable, pixel-adventure game.”
- 2011 — LZ Granderson, "Sarah Palin proves she's no fool", CNN, 6 October 2011:
- Palin represented a brand of conservative politics that was Twitterable and has since been instrumental in the rise of the tea party.