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“Yet this is what appears to have happened in the last 24 hours, with thousands of Twitter users turning to their favorite service to query each other about this nascent and potentially lethal threat as well as to share news and latest developments from Mexico, Texas, Kansas and New York (you can check most recent Twitter updates on the subject by searching for "swineflu").”
“Though public attention shifted to the so-called swineflu influenza A virus pandemic - caused by the H1N1 virus - H5N1 continues to be a serious menace, as long as it is present "in even one country," Lubroth said. ”
“Our own organization has information posted at www. nbta.org/swineflu.”
“Swine Flu and #swineflu are the top trending topics on Twitter at the moment, and various Google maps have been created to track the outbreak.”
“But this industry is not merely an innocent victim of forces of nature -- the crowded, stressful, and unsanitary conditions at confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and in transport some hypothesize is related to the emergence of the ancestors of the current H1N1 swine flu threat (please see humanesociety. org/swineflu), and these conditions contribute to continued risks of zoonotic disease emergence and spread.”
“For specific advice on swine flu from the CDC, go to www. cdc.gov/swineflu.”
“An earlier cnBeta post [zh] noted that usage of the #swineflu had reached a rate of 10,000/hour.”
“For more information on swine flu and updates on progress in fighting the outbreak, go to www. cdc.gov/swineflu”
“The Knoxville News-Sentinel added the stream of all Publish2 links tagged with “swineflu” on a page to gather resources from around the Web.”
“The #swineflu hashtag on Twitter serves as a good point of reference for what Clay Shirky called “filter failure.””
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