Twitter snatches up Posterous, microblogging field about to get a little bit smaller

Twitter snatches up Posterous, microblogging field about to get a little bit smaller

www.engadget.com
The Y Combinator-funded Posterous had its time in the sun and now it's being absorbed by the biggest player in the microblogging market. The simple sharing service struck a chord with many of Silicon Valley's elite, but it never managed to make a major dent in a field already...
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