His Twitter bio reads "A computer nerd
saving your journalism." And, likewise, Harris foresees a time where all media outlets
will integrate with Twitter, incorporating a Twitter "hovercard" or a
It's interesting that Twitter COO Dick Costolo got the two Carrs mixed
up, as Techcrunch and The New York Times are leading the charge in
of the most aggressive on Twitter.
recalled a time (in 2007) where he was excited about the New York Times
a New York Times story link every four seconds. Basically there's no
better way to organically bring in new readers. With media mainstays like The Guardian U.K., Huffington Post, and the Wall Street Journal already
integrating @anywhere features on their Web sites, it's only a matter of
time before the rest of us have to play catch up.
the way that news was heading,Twitter COO Costolo told SF Weekly, "It's already
happening; David Carr gets tons of readers by tweeting."