Heroes still exist

Thank you to David Armano who reported on the work of some real-world heroes. Where did he do that? On Twitter, of course.

Three highschool kids. Heroes.

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Robert Scoble

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Comments

  1. Although I wasn’t following David’s updates until now, this counts as the second breaking news I’ve gotten via Twitter, after the small East Bay earthquake. I’ve been thinking of doing something for another kind of hero, via Twitter, for a while, and this was the catalyst, so, considering your Twitter fetishism (which I totally don’t have-ahem), check the link above for our Twitter Day for Kareem.

  2. Although I wasn’t following David’s updates until now, this counts as the second breaking news I’ve gotten via Twitter, after the small East Bay earthquake. I’ve been thinking of doing something for another kind of hero, via Twitter, for a while, and this was the catalyst, so, considering your Twitter fetishism (which I totally don’t have-ahem), check the link above for our Twitter Day for Kareem.