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“Many Facebook users have gotten an unexpected eyeful this week as pornographic and violent images have infiltrated news feeds across the globe as part of a coordinated spam attack. It’s a jarring sight for a place like Facebook, which for many is a safe haven to communicate with friends and family members.”

-- Mark W. Smith, Detroit Free Press technology columnist

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“How do you fire Jo Pa? #insult #noclass as a hawkeye fan I find it in poor taste.”

-- Ashton Kutcher, who later (after a huge backlash from 8 million fans) regretted posting this tweet defending Penn State football coach Joe Paterno before he knew that Paterno allegedly ignored the football program’s child-rape scandal.

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“Death didn’t happen to Steve; he achieved it.”
-- Mona Simpson, in her eulogy for her brother Steve Jobs

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“This is a wake-up call for potential advertisers waiting for a tipping point for mobile media or for smartphones to reach the majority. We’re already there with certain segments -- 62 percent of those ages 25 to 34 already have smartphones. That’s critical mass.”
-- Don Kellogg, director of telecom research and insights at Nielsen

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