Is The Real Jeremy Clarkson On Twitter? [UPDATE]

It appears that The Tall One, The Loud One, the real Jeremy Clarkson, the host of Top Gear, the Jezza himself has broken down and signed up for Twitter. The account is @jcrclarksonesq and he's accrued nearly 100,000 followers in just three days. UPDATE! » 4/03/12 4:30pm 4/03/12 4:30pm

NASCAR Driver Twitter Account Hacked, Driver 'Hacks' Back In Real Life

NASCAR drivers love them some Twitter, so when someone calling themselves "EPICSWAGG" hacked a popular NASCAR driver's account this weekend many saw the spamming tweets. What "EPICSWAGG" didn't know was that Mark Martin — the driver who'd been hacked — has a great sense of humor and figured out how to turn the tables on… » 3/21/12 10:30am 3/21/12 10:30am

How Twitter Took Over NASCAR

Last night on national television, America's wonkiest social media platform, Twitter, and its supposedly most backward sport, NASCAR, exploded together into a massive fireball fueled by jet propellant, secret phones, and good/bad timing. Here's the story of how one driver picked up 100,000 followers in two hours and… » 2/28/12 12:00pm 2/28/12 12:00pm

Official Acura tweeter stands by accusation that coworker is gross

The person behind the official Acura Twitter account appeared to pull a Chrysler and let slip a strange tweet accusing a fellow employee of giving himself a manicure at his own desk. Turns out it was intentional » 3/30/11 12:30pm 3/30/11 12:30pm

Chrysler Twitter F-bomber blames Tweetdeck for F-ing Mis-Tweet

We broke the story about Scott Bartosiewicz, the former account supervisor for New Media Strategies who accidentally fired off an f-bomb using Chrysler's Twitter account and then was fired himself, but WXYZ and the Detroit Free Press scored the first interviews with the now unemployed social media strategist.
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Chrysler's former Twitter agency gets a "missed connections" Craigslist ad

It's been a rough few days for New Media Strategies, the Virginia-based social media firm that borked its business with Chrysler over a mis-Twittered profanity regarding Detroit's drivers. Now it's taking shots from Craigslist posters warning of more woe ahead. » 3/11/11 1:00pm 3/11/11 1:00pm