Tweets of the Week, 12/15/08
With just 10 shopping days left until Christmas, I'm back with another roundup of the past week's notable posts on The Motley Fool's Twitter feed. For bite-sized updates on the latest Foolish news throughout your weekday, sign up for our Foolish feed absolutely free. And if you already follow us on Twitter, and like what you read, kindly consider voting for @themotleyfool in the Finance category of the annual Shorty Awards!
One fewer customer for Santa's workshop: KB Toys goes bankrupt. Again. For real, this time. The aisle-land of misfit toys: http://is.gd/boNl
Our own @milehighfool argues that tiny netbooks may give computer makers big headaches. Smaller laptops, smaller margins: http://is.gd/bbnM
You know that look Wile E. Coyote gets, just before gravity kicks in? These companies know the feeling. 5 losers for 2009: http://is.gd/b2OE
Record labels to new technologies: You wreck me, baby. We review the changing music biz, make many Tom Petty references: http://is.gd/b164
Will Apple ($AAPL) and Wal-Mart ($WMT) sell $99 iPhones? If Steve Jobs still enjoys making gobs of money, probably not: http://is.gd/aTf1
Are tiny tweets like this one the future of journalism? @milehighfool examines Twitter's growing role in news coverage: http://is.gd/aJUc