What a brilliant article from San Francisco Gate! The founders of Six Apart, the San Francisco New media Start Up That Runs Vox, Typepad, and Movable type blogging platforms, they aren't GOOGLE, but an interesting story nonetheless!
"Some using Twitter
Twitter, in an informal count posted by one member, has attracted hundreds of busy mothers who like how quickly they can update their friends and family about what they're doing. Developed in San Francisco, Twitter's micro-blogging service operates in short bursts: Messages are 140 characters or less, sent out via instant message or text message.
Take Meg Hourihan, co-founder of Blogger - later acquired by Google - who is now a food blogger, entrepreneur and mother in New York.
Only her close friends knew about her pregnancy, so only those in the know could guess from her cryptic Twitter updates that the birth of her son was near last summer. "
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