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Webscape: Tweeting WWII

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Social aggregator newswhip categorises hundreds of thousands of news stories from across the web and ranks them based on how quickly they were shared.

Sendible handles and analyses posts across multiple social networks and Blackberry users can keep an eye on their power levels with the Battery Watch app .

As the UK remembers its fallen soldiers an Oxford history graduate has embarked on a project to tweet the events of World War II as they happened. Follow the project on Twitter, @RealtimeWWII for a fascinating glimpse of the past.

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