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No one expected the concept of Twitter--keeping others posted on what you're doing, where you're going, who you're doing it with in 140 characters or less? who cares?!--to explode quite like it did. But since its conception, everyone from global tycoons to celebrities to our President has joined the highly addictive social media site. Personally, we prefer to use Twitter to find out what's going on around San Francisco; thus, we give you our 10 Bay Area Tweets worth the follow.

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Follow Ranger Dave For All Your Outside Lands Needs

Get ready to follow another hot celeb in the Twitterverse. Somewhere among your daily feed of Ashton Kutcher tweets, you can now get updates on all things Outside Lands from the one and only Ranger Dave. He's the uber-cool park ranger who first broke news of this year's hot O.L. lineup (if you haven't gotten his ridiculously catchy tune stuck in your head yet, check out the video at http://www.sfoutsidelands.com/index.php). Make sure to follow Ranger Dave's tweets at http://twitter.com/sfoutsidelands and get all the latest news on this year's can't-miss music extravaganza in Golden Gate Park, August 28-30.

Apple to Buy Twitter?

Sorry Facebook, Apple to buy Twitter for $700 million? Rumors circulating: http://tinyurl.com/cu2p37. Lots of money for only 140 characters!

21st Amendment's Spring Tweet: A Beer to Tweet About

Twitter has reached new heights this morning—21st Amendment brewer Shaun O'Sullivan is live-tweeting (is that an oxy-moron?) the brewing process of his latest creation: a spring ale made with floral, spicy hops, a brew he called "light, refreshing and drinkable"—in other words, perfect for spring. After soliciting name suggestions from his twitter feed followers (go on, follow it now!) they finally settled on a name, Spring Tweet. Ah, shucks. All day today Shaun will be posting pictures and step-by-step updates; I suggested that for his next beer, he let his followers help make decisions, via tweets, at critical junctures. What type of malt to use? What type of hops?

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