Oh Noes! The Mad Men tweets, where most of the Sterling Cooper possy where going about their day in public tweets was not created by AMC, in fact the AMC sent Twitter a DMCA complaint about the accounts, and several are already pulled including @don_draper & @peggyolson. Philmang has the scoop which he found via venturebeat. Phil rightly reckons that this is an "epic FAIL on the part of AMC", meanwhile I wonder what I'll do all day now that I can't hit on Salvator Romano and befriend fellow redhead Joan Holloway. I was having lots of fun with the characters over at twitter, and their tweets showed me the Playboy spread which I would have never found otherwise, since we all know I don't read that for the articles. I guess I'll just get back to work now. *sigh*
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