T-Squared: Share and Share Alike
We've made it easier for you to push our stories out to the world — out to your world — on Facebook and Twitter.
Our crack technology team has just enabled another bit of sought-after functionality: If you click the link to one of our stories, you'll now see, beneath the "comment" and "email" options, one marked "share." Click it and you'll be given the choice of sharing that story on either Facebook or Twitter. If the former case, you'll be told how many people have availed themselves the opportunity; in the latter case, you'll be told how many times the tweeted link has been clicked. Very cool and very handy. More tweaks -- including "print this" -- are coming soon.
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