Network News: Social Media Expands With ‘Cyber Dust and ‘Natter’

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DALLAS, Texas — “Every spoken word isn’t recorded. Why should your texts be?” That’s the question Dallas Mavericks’ owner  and billionaire investor Mark Cuban is asking social media users, and business owners alike. Mr. Shark Tank himself is swimming in the pool of app-creation, and Cuban says this newest application known as Cyber Dust is the way to grow any business. And if140-characters are too for you to handle, try Natter, a nano-blog  for people with nothing to say than three words and a hashtag.

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