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  • Woot, as well as the reaction of the site's loyal "wooters," and even the Screaming Monkey's take on the deal.

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • Woot, as well as the reaction of the site's loyal "wooters" and even the Screaming Monkey's take on the deal.

    Mashable!

  • And after 68 hours, Woot had unloaded more than 52,000 items and taken in something like $2.2 million, which would pay for about one-twentieth of the therapy needed by all the wooters struggling for their very own brick owl cages.

    dustbury.com » The Woot of the problem

  • He went on to state that wooters in general are excited for the possibilities of the deal and wonder what it will mean for

    Mashable!

  • While Rutledge has received "probably a dozen 'you suck' emails" in his inbox, he says that loyal wooters have taken the news "remarkably well."

    Mashable!

  • He went on to state that wooters in general are excited for the possibilities of the deal and wonder what it will mean for

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • While Rutledge has received "probably a dozen 'you suck' emails" in his inbox, he says that loyal wooters have taken the news "remarkably well."

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • If you old wooters blow this for us we swear we're gonna kick your butts into next week so you better play along and act like we never sell these

    Woot! - One Day, One Deal

  • Shut up shut up stop giggling old wooters you'll ruin it

    Woot! - One Day, One Deal

  • A way for savvy, opinionated wooters to turn their rhetorical fire on everybody else's deals for a change.

    AppScout

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