February 19th, 2012
02:21 PM ET

The Dangers of Twitter

David Carr talks to Howard Kurtz about the pitfalls journalists face when they take to Twitter.

Filed under: Reliable Sources • Social Media
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    March 3, 2012 at 8:00 am | Reply
    • Nandini

      Your post echoed my snteimnets perfectly. If it was Afghanis burning the Bible, this "church" would be up in arms. I saw the protest in Kabul, All this "pastor" (and I use the term loosely) is doing is fueling the fire for the Taliban. I worry that it will put our troops at further risk. As a Christian myself, I must say that I find the actions of this "pastor" to be disgusting, disturbing and definitely un-christian. In addition, his actions are 'unpatriotic' because it could put American troops furthermore in harm's way.Well written blog post as always

      April 4, 2012 at 9:30 am | Reply

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