Batkid takes over SF and the Internet

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  1. There were 78,000 tweets today about a kid playing Batman, including one from the president, the first lady, SportsCenter, The New York Daily News, and many more. A 5-year-old boy who has battled leukemia since he was a toddler today took over San Francisco and social media everywhere. He even appears to have conquered snark on Twitter. 
  2. The president tweets a photo and gives @Batkid a #followfriday recommendation

  3. Miles Scott lives in Tulelake, Calif., on the Oregon border, but today he was the favorite superhero in San Francisco, as the Make-A-Wish Foundation and thousands of people made his dream of portraying the Caped Crusader come true. 
  4. Batkid unmasked!

  5. Miles Scott, 5, dressed as Batman. With the help of the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation and the city of San Francisco, Scott, aka Batkid, rescued a woman from cable-car tracks and captured the evil Riddler as he robbed a downtown bank. Miles, who
    Miles Scott, 5, dressed as Batman. With the help of the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation and the city of San Francisco, Scott, aka Batkid, rescued a woman from cable-car tracks and captured the evil Riddler as he robbed a downtown bank. Miles, who
  6. In true Silicon Valley style, social media supercharged the event when the social marketing company the Clever Girls Collective helped to make his day a sensation. The social media sensation led to other media taking part. This is one of 8,000 stories about Miles from Google news search. 
  7. The first lady thanks a hero

  8. The president makes a Vine video

  9. San Francisco City Hall greets Batkid

  10. Media and celebrities cheer him on

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