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Want to be part of the historical record officially?  You will be if you've published a public tweet on Twitter since March 2006, because your tweets are going into the Library of Congress archives.You might not be able to edit those old tweets, but it's as good a time as any to make sure your future tweets are good.  They'll be available through the Library of Congress, after all.The announcement began to travel quickly across Twitter and the social Web this morning when the Library of Congress published the tweet shown below.

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world and adding  the complete public Twitter archive to its digital assets will  undoubtedly spawn a lot of research in a wide variety of areas of study.Newstex already syndicates tweets from thousands of authoritative bloggers and makes that content available to top distributors who provide it, primarily via closed systems such as corporate and educational libraries, to professionals who need access to trustworthy content to do their jobs.  Professionals in the fields of business, government, journalism, academics, and more access syndicated Twitter content for a variety of purposes, including research.  Contact Newstex to learn more about syndicating your Twitter content.