Matt Harvey has Mets permission to skip game tomorrow and be at MSG to root on Rangers. Matt has not seen Rangers lose at home. 6-0.— Jay Horwitz (@Jay_HorwitzPR) May 7, 2013
Jeff Wilpon not happy that Matt Harvey was leaving for game. Instead Jeff said he would put entire game on board at Citi so Matt could stay.— Jay Horwitz (@Jay_HorwitzPR) May 7, 2013
Mets’ PR director Jay Horwitz joked on Twitter that pitcher Matt Harvey, who is a big New York Rangers fan, would skip Wednesday’s game against the White Sox to catch the Rangers playoff game. But it was no laughing matter for some Mets fans, who were assured that Harvey would be at Citi Field on Wednesday.
The hippos eat marble after marble, but are never satisfied. That’s America.— ’80s Don Draper (@80sDonDraper) May 1, 2013
Last week we saw how Don Draper would age in 40-plus years. Today Don Draper is fast forwarding from the 1960s to the 1980s through the 80s Don Draper Twitter account, where Don markets classic products of the decade.
Real estate website Trulia is releasing details of its Q1 earnings today through its Twitter handle @Trulia using the hashtag #TRLAearnings.
— Twitter’s memo to media outlets about how it expects more high-profile account hacks, such as the one that happened to the Associated Press last week. In the memo, the company offered tips on how to make accounts more secure.
This account will be officially closed next Friday 19 April. For all Qantas news, see the Qantas News Room qantasnewsroom.com.au— Qantas Airways (@QantasMedia) April 12, 2013
Qantas Airways is shutting down its PR Twitter account @QantasMedia and is directing customers over to its new online newsroom for information and updates. The Twitter handle, which is run by the Qantas PR staff and has 27,000 followers, is being shut down to streamline information the company shares on social media.