Whatever you think of the explosion of Twitter, since its launch in late 2006, its value as a blanket document of the very varied musings of the the world population is undeniable. From social upheaval to corporate shilling to R&B flirting to everywhere in between, all of the site's 140 character chunks of thought were recently acquired by the Library of Congress for safekeeping. For this week's The Way Things Work, we investigated where The FADER sits in the extraordinarily massive catalog.
The Way Things Work: The Library of Congress and Twitter
April 20, 2010