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The Week in Tweets

Jenna Johnson

This is my version of Follow Friday -- a collection of the most interesting, enlightening or amusing tweets from the week. Next week, help me compile the list by forwarding your picks to @wpjenna.

@RedCross This is a massive urban disaster of unprecedented proportions and we are grateful for the support being given to the American Red Cross Jan 18th

@cnnbrk A university student who was texting her position has been pulled alive from school's rubble in Port-au-Prince. http://bit.ly/7dc3Cc Jan 18th

@vanityfairmag What Would Martin Luther King Make of Twitter? (by @baratunde) http://bit.ly/5i6lpl #MLK Jan 18th

@profblmkelley As wonderful as it is to have a holiday for MLK, please don't forget that he was part of a MOVEMENT of brilliant and dedicated people. Jan 18th

@romenesko Today's Romenesko "Additional Items" include: FakeAPStylebook Twitter feed creators get a book deal. http://is.gd/6xBa4 Jan 18th

@JNSMALL Woke up this morning to a 6.0 earthquake tossing me out of bed. Scary. People rushed in to the streets, panicked. Jan 20th But then something truly amazing happened: they started singing. It was a beautiful moment, just as dawn broke. Jan 20th

@mike9r The worst college recruitment video ever is for Yale, no doubt. I'm embarrassed for everyone involved: http://idek.net/zap Jan 21st

@CollegeBoundNet Not that @Yale needs our help w/recruitment, but this video is awesome http://bit.ly/5vdinE Jan 21st

By Jenna Johnson  |  January 22, 2010; 4:30 PM ET
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