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&#8220Hacking&#8221 the Web for Good

People have found—or created—clever ways to hack into their favorite social media outlets. Chicagoans can track the Tamale guy on Twitter, and there's even a social tool called Qwitter* designed to help people quit smoking. The Chicago Tribune's Wailin Wong explains the good side of hacking the Web.

Share YOUR favorite “misuse” of social media sites by hitting us up on Twitter.

*There's also Qwitter that allows you to catch those who stop following your Twitter feed.

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