How Did NBA Stars Steph Curry, Kobe Bryant and Anthony Davis Start on Twitter?


NBA superstars such as Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans are fun to follow on Twitter for more than just basketball highlights.

Athletes are among the most-followed celebrities on social media, but everyone has to start somewhere. Just like the rest of us, these players had to pick a user name, register for an account and compose that first tweet.

In a Twitter Moment, Twitter recently surfaced the first tweets of NBA stars such as Dwyane Wade, John Wall and James Harden, as well as legendary center and funnyman Shaquille O’Neal.

Here’s a look at the Twitter debuts of some of your favorite NBA players. While some took to the platform with aplomb, others weren’t sure what to make of it at first.

Readers: Who is your favorite player to follow on Twitter?

Image courtesy of the Golden State Warriors on Facebook.

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Live Start Page Adds Live Wallpapers to New Tabs in Google Chrome


Open up a new tab and get greeted by a stunning, moving view. That’s the concept behind Live Start Page, which also adds a clock and to-do list to your start page.

Currently there are several live motion photos you can set as the background, live wallpapers, and static backgrounds as well. Since a live background could slow down you computer, you have the option to install lower quality backgrounds instead of the high definition version.

You can customize how everything looks on the start page in the extension’s settings. Also handy: when you double-click on the background you’ll access the speed dial of your most visited sites.


Live Start Page – Living Wallpapers (Free) | Chrome Web Store

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