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  • I don't think I've been unfollowed, which is a good sign.

    World Hum 2009

  • I don't think I've been unfollowed, which is a good sign.

    World Hum 2009

  • I did however, follow his wife, but I 'unfollowed' her recently because, well, she just tweeted too much useless information.

    Archive 2009-04-01 Loukia 2009

  • The latest rotten tomatoes: the ignominy of being delisted by the New York Stock Exchange, entering into a forbearance agreement to buy time from creditors, and being "unfollowed" by noted analyst Home Page 2010

  • This is a service that emails you daily to impart who has "unfollowed" you on Twitter in the last 24 hours - 2010

  • Qwitter tells you when you've been 'unfollowed' on Twitter, but my husband knows already, says Jemima Lewis. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph 2010

  • To prevent the 'unfollowed' contact from following you again, 'block' them to permanently block this contact from following you.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator 2010

  • These can be blocked or "unfollowed" should you inadvertently end up in their orbit. Top Stories 2010

  • I do know of one or two who have made it work – but surely, as with published writers, the good ones will rise to the surface and the rest will sink without trace, with unfollowed blogs and a handful of facebook friends who might possibly buy their book if it is every finished/published.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Audience Development: Critical to Every Writer’s Future 2010

  • Or, maybe you have experienced the brunt of a cyber-dis by having been relegated to the position of a limited access "friend" on another's FB page, unfollowed by a Tweep, made the subject of someone's Google+ status update, or better yet caught in the crossfire of a cyber-squabble that someone else sparked on your FB page in response to something you wrote that had nothing to do with the other person at all?

    Darnell L. Moore: Techno-Affect: Feeling in the Age of New Media Darnell L. Moore 2011


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