You've got the World Cup in your hands
When the last World Cup kicked off in June 2006, Twitter had yet to launch to the public. Facebook didn't open up to everyone older than 13 with a valid e-mail address until September of that year. YouTube was alive and kicking, but if you wanted to participate in some chatter about the World Cup in real time, a live blog was about your best, and oftentimes only, bet.
But four years later, society finds itself in a very different place, and Twitter is expected to be a digital melting ...
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