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Captain Picard a.k.a. Patrick Stewart on Twitter and the Internet (video)

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Saturday, Feb 6, 2010

Star Trek captain and Shakespearean actor extraordinaire Patrick Stewart sees no point to Twitter, believing life can’t be condensed into snippets. He’s not a technophobe though as he “loves the Internet”, travels with a laptop everywhere and is an email junkie. This is from an interview with PBS’s Frontline.


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