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Wednesday, Jan 20, 2010
by PopMatters Staff
by Vanessa Grigoriadis
Vanity Fair (January 2010)

“By endlessly typing 140-character messages, Stefanie Michaels, Amy Jo Martin, Felicia Day, and others have gained millions of Twitter followers. It’s a new kind of fame–twilebrity–with its own rules, risks, and pecking order.”


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