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Pardon the self-promotion: Storify.com mentions InterAksyon.com on Twitter

An InterAksyon.com flyer, usually distributed during Online Onsite, an event in which editors go to schools and work outside the newsroom.

On December 12, 2012—yes, 12-12-12—InterAksyon.com got what you may call a break.

Minutes after the Pope posted his first historic tweet, InterAksyon got the ball rolling and wrote an article about it, which included his tweet and reactions to it, all embedded in one story using Storify.com. [See: The Pope has tweeted]
About a quarter of an hour later, Storify.com posted a tweet that mentioned InterAksyon.com.

Storify.com—the platform used by major organizations including but not limited to CNN—introduced InterAksyon.com to its more than 64,000 followers on Twitter.

This twitter mention made certain people—including myself—all warm and fuzzy.

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