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Japa Dog is a hot dog stand located on the corner of Burrard & Pender, in downtown Vancouver. Yesterday Japa Dog joined Twitter and, at around 9pm, called for a “tweet meet”:
Japa Dog tweet meet! Meet and eat Japa Dog! Tomorrow 12 Mar at Burrard Pender
It was their fourth-ever Twitter update.
On February 20th, we posted a blog entry about how Twitter affects Digg. The post was timely, had a short, direct title and was about a hot-button topic. (Stay tuned for an upcoming post on the ingredients of a good blog entry.) The following is a by-the-numbers look at how a blog entry goes from being posted to becoming well-read on the Internet.