Twoppics, the stories behind the hottest topics on Twitter.
Hot twoppic of the moment is Apple CEO Steve Jobs . On Thursday he posted an open letter on Apple's website detailing why Apple does not use Flash. Flash is a format that supports animation, games and other content and is made by tech competitor Adobe. Jobs said that Flash was made for PCs, and Mac products function better without it. He also said Flash slows down application development. The open letter had the tech world tweeting.
Hot twoppic of the day is the social networking website LinkedIn because it just launched "Follow Company,"a function that makes it easier for users to connect with their favorites companies. With LinkedIn's version of the Facebook Fan Page, users will get information about recent hires, promotions, and new job opportunities about any companies they follow.
Hot twoppic of the week is Gulf of Mexico, where a massive oil spill continues to wreck havoc. Seventh generation fisherman Ricky Robin. It has people in all Gulf states fearing for their health and their livelihoods: President of the United Commercial Fisherman's Association George Barisich. The crisis has put an unfavorable spotlight on the offshore drilling industry as 5,000 barrels of sweet crude oil per day pour into the waters of the Gulf.
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