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January 1st, 2010
10:39 AM ET
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  1. Carol Harrison

    I began an initial subscription to Twitter and there was a box which asked, "What are you doing?" and I answered. Twitter itself has e-mailed me HOW to use Twitter, My honey has printed multiple papers on how to use Twitter and each time I attempt to, that box asking the question, it's no longer there and I still can't figure out how to use Twitter. Have you ever considered using Facebook? It's so much easier. Your long-time friend Rick Sanchez used Twitter, MySpace and Facebook or do you consider Facebook, less private? I would love to follow you. I really like your style of journalism and your infectious personality. I see it between you and just before your part of CNNNewsroom ends and you talk to Rick on his set or...he joins yours. My favourite moment one time, was when he said, from his set, that he "loved you like a sister". To have someone I've known for a long time, say something like that to me, that would make my day!
    Love you Kyra and I'm happy for you that you've found the right man, a "partner for life".

    January 3, 2010 at 12:49 am |
  2. Keith Miks

    Kyra – Thanks for having me on this, it was a great experience even with a whole 7 seconds left ;0 Looking forward to an awesome year and wish everyone at CNN a great 2010. Special thanks to Larry King of course for giving me some mad props!

    You can find my blog here:

    All the Best – Keith

    January 5, 2010 at 7:20 pm |
  3. Sir Roderick E. Becton II

    Kyra, I have always admired you saveey reporting style and I now have a question of hopefully interest to you. I'm interested in your 30 second Job spot and what would it take for a writer of novels as well as a financial consultant and Government laison of such matters stemming from the Middle East and the Pentagon to the ever so concerning TSA security issues that seem to continue to warrant our undivided attention. Unfoutunately many tasks lie ahead of our what now seems as grinding efforts that no longer have light at the end of the tunnel. I now have honed a device which sheds light on such issues of importance call my company Becton Consulting Firm. I have been and will continue to be interested in a CNN home studio tour in Atlanta with the hopes of it being in the near future. Currently I have been addressing some issues of Bev Perdue Governor of North Carolina which upon her request I would gladly take a first hand look at their Government structure and consultate any appropriate measures that may be required. As I have in the past, I will look to Cnn as well as yourself Kyra and hope to at the least continue to blog you with my responses of current topics.
    Sir Roderick E. Becton II
    The Patriot

    January 7, 2010 at 11:29 pm |