In the small Spanish town of Jun, located just outside of Granada, Twitter reigns supreme as the preferred form of communication. Even the town’s Twitter handle, @AyuntamientoJUN, is prominently plastered onto the front of town hall. Mayor Rodríguez Salas implemented the social network into everything from public maintenance requests to school lunch menu announcements, allowing for swift communication between the government and Jun’s 3,500 citizens. “Everyone can speak to everyone else, whenever they want,” he explains. Read more at The New York Times.