By The Numbers

The numbers for Friday, November 8, 2013: Fork it over, Twitter

Liyna Anwar Nov 8, 2013

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$5,940

The amount of money Twitter owes our very own Kai Ryssdal. That’s according to a fun interactive Time magazine created which calculates a monetary figure by factoring in the number of followers someone has, how many times a day that person tweets, and compounds it by some corporate valuation numbers Twitter put in its IPO prospectus. Kai could buy a lot of red pantswith that. (TIME)

25

The amount of years satirical newspaper The Onion has been in print. But that’s soon coming to an end — the December 12th issue will be the Onion’s last issue in print. But don’t fret. The paper will still be available online. (AdAge)

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