The Wiki leaks data dump (91,000 documents on the war in Afghanistan) inspired a deluge of rapid responses on Twitter. Here's a reading on the pulse:

Sheila Dennis knows where BP's deposed CEO is really headed:

US to hire Hayward to try operation Top Kill on Wiki Leaksless than a minute ago via TweetDeck


Glenn Greenwald has today's zinger:

If Julian Assange won the Nobel Peace Prize for 2010, it'd be more deserved than the one awarded last year.less than a minute ago via web


The enigmatic pourmecoffee certainly speaks for more than one blogger we know:

If WikiLeaks got a hold of my email archive, would be disappointing -- thousands of messages that all say "sounds good."less than a minute ago via TwitterGadget


 Dave Portivo calculates the time it would have taken to get 91k documents through endless FOIA-ing:

Good job Wiki leaks, saved everyone else twenty years of requesting documents we were never going to get.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck


West Wing Report, meanwhile, breaks news on more important matters...


Is the President going to the Clinton wedding? Gibbs, as he was leaving the room: "No."less than a minute ago via web


Ezra Klein preps us for some after work happy-hour trivia...

Fun fact: Skynet began as a liberal e-mail list serv.less than a minute ago via web


And, yes, Dave, that's what we're here for:

Anybody got a link to a good summary of whats important about the info that Wiki Leaks got?less than a minute ago via TweetDeck