CNN News Anchor Rick Sanchez Plays 'Not My Job' CNN news anchor Rick Sanchez was tweeting before Twitter was cool. Wait, it's still not cool ... but no matter. Because he's such an expert in new social media, we've asked him to play a game called "Queen Victoria could have tweeted, but chose not to." Three questions about old social media — namely, the telegraph.
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CNN News Anchor Rick Sanchez Plays 'Not My Job'

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CNN News Anchor Rick Sanchez Plays 'Not My Job'

CNN News Anchor Rick Sanchez Plays 'Not My Job'

CNN News Anchor Rick Sanchez Plays 'Not My Job'

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CNN news anchor Rick Sanchez was tweeting before Twitter was cool. Wait, it's still not cool ... but no matter. Because he's such an expert in new social media, we've asked him to play a game called "Queen Victoria could have tweeted, but chose not to." Three questions about old social media — namely, the telegraph — inspired by the book The Victorian Internet by Tom Standage.