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  • Pope Tweets With iPad, Satan Stuck With Xoom


    Catholics everywhere yearning for the official good news straight from the Vatican via Twitter. On a Holy iPad.

    Seriously, Pope Benedict XVI tweeted for the first time ever using an iPad yesterday. What was the tweet you ask?

    Dear Friends, I just launched News.va. Praised be our Lord Jesus Christ! With my prayers and blessings, Benedictus XVI
    The site listed in the Pope's tweet is the new Vatican portal that fuses together a number of print and broadcast news streams into one site. Twitter wasn't the only new fangled social media device the Vatican launched, the holy sovereign nation now has a Facebook page and official YouTube channel.

    The social-media outreach programs are grouped on the cleverly named Pope 2 You site. Head over their for your Vatican related social media needs.

    I fully intend to start tagging the Vatican and the Pope with the hash tag "AmIright?" in every tweet.

    Source: CNET
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Pope Tweets With iPad, Satan Stuck With Xoom started by Phillip Swanson View original post
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. Ozzie5374's Avatar
      Ozzie5374 -
      I thought Moses did it all years ago with 2 tablets.....mountain? Surely White iPad with wings?
    1. lfc_'s Avatar
      lfc_ -
      LMAO! I love the headline. A+ on that alone
    1. turkey26's Avatar
      turkey26 -
      Best headline ever.
    1. tariman21's Avatar
      tariman21 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
      Twitter is such a strange phenomenon. It has single-handedly invigorated and destroyed communication over the internet, simultaneously. Anecdotal Tweets from celebrities, politicians, and now Saints, are now considered news. I mean international news. It's weird.
      Well, it's not like the news sites are doing a very good job reporting all the news accurately and without bias. If you want to know something about someone or someplace, it's better and far more accurate to hear it from the horse's mouth.