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Twitter is back up, but its mysterious outage happened at the most inopportune time: during Twitter co-creator and co-founder Christopher “Biz” Stone’s SXSW panel. Stone was talking about Twitter’s amazing organizing power, and attendees were encouraged to tweet questions to Stone using the hashtag #askbiz.
Of course, with Twitter down this complicated things. According to Pando Daily, a presenter kept repeating, “In just a second we’ll get to questions from the audience.”
As far as we know, an Ellen selfie is not responsible for the outage. Twitter released a short (under 140 characters) status update. “Most users are experiencing issues accessing Twitter on web and mobile apps,” the update read. “We’re looking into it.” Meanwhile Pando Daily reports that questions for Biz Stone were taken from pre-outage tweets.
Some used #askbiz to voice their snark about the microblogging site being down:
A Twitter engineer also joked about the outage:
Eventually service was restored:
Most users were impacted by a service outage when accessing Twitter via web and mobile apps. Service is restored. Thanks for your patience!— Twitter Support (@Support) March 11, 2014
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