Mashable: "Twitter has been picking up steam among the celebrity set for months now. So when a 5.9 earthquake hit Southern California this evening, all the rock stars, TV demigods and film legends took to the web to tell the world all about it.
Alyssa Milano, Jordin Sparks, Wil Wheaton, Khloe Kardashian and Larry King were among the concerned Twitter-loving celebs to reach out to followers and friends in the minutes following the quake.
And of course, L.A.’s digerati checked in, as well. Social media-ite Alana Joy was fatalistic and profound, while MySpace VP Sean Percival and photog Jonathan Nafarrete were simply funny."
Airlines, Air France, KLM, and Ryanair no longer offer customer service support using Twitter's direct message functionality.
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Elon Musk has recently declared that Twitter is going to roll out the latest changes to its user interface in order to give a better experience to users.