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By the way, those above tweets are what Domino's considers an official announcement via their social media channels. Because #brands.

The idea is that you'll be able to register your Twitter handle with your existing Domino's pizza account, at which point you can throw a tweet at the Domino's corporate handle. They'll send you an automated direct message, and then BOOM. Pizza to your door.

What beautiful times we live in.


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Fascinating and informative twitter thread from chuck e. cheese employee who conducted behavioral study using sounds and lights in games to see what people respond to | Professor_Palmer @CaryPalmerr The last few weeks I've begun conducting my own behavioral study in secret. I have been adjusting games at Chuck E Cheese and recording the subconscious response of guest interaction over the week. I've discovered some pretty interesting things. A long thread | This is the game that made me start
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