Do you have a Twitter ‘accent’?

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TimWindhof (X)  Identity Verified
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Obvious finding? Sep 9, 2013

Isn't this kind of an obvious finding of the study? Twitter is - by many people - used for informal communication; so certainly people would communicate in their "every day dialects"...

 


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