Comments on: Oprah Tweets: Blessing or Curse for Twitter? Where media and technology meet Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:48:25 +0000 hourly 1 By: dab1000 Fri, 12 Mar 2010 10:30:47 +0000 By: dab1000 Sun, 07 Mar 2010 05:50:07 +0000 Attached you will find a link to an original song and video called OPRAH: Let Love Lead The Way. . . (DRAFT – Awaiting for Permissions) that I would like gave to Oprah. After she views the video and listens to the lyrics I’m quite sure that she would be pleased. Out of respect and professional consideration I have only shared this piece with a few personal friends. And frankly their responses and feedback on it have been sincerely positive. Naturally I am proud of this composition and would love to share it with the world. Therefore I would like to obtain the proper permissions to use the images used in the video in order to be able to publish it on the web (Youtube).

Private link to Video: GI

Once you go to the link you will find a letter addressed to Oprah that is located on the left side of the screen (where the owner details are located). I have worked on this musical/video piece for many months after hearing about her desire to conclude her show and I surely hope that it is “Actually delivered to and shared with Oprah (herself).”

I appreciate your valuable time and trust that this musical piece will actually be shared with Oprah.


David Bailey

By: John Moore Sat, 18 Apr 2009 01:31:37 +0000 I have read countless posts about how foolish it was that Oprah gave Ashton Kutcher the title of King of Twitter based upon this stunt. While I agree with some of what I’ve read I think that many people are missing the important aspects of what is happening.

If you’re interested, read my thoughts on why Oprah and Kutcher have helped Twitter cross the chasm. Feel free to leave comments on the blog: 17/thanks-to-oprah-twitter-has-crossed-t he-chasm/