@U2 Originals: April 2012

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Here at @U2, one of the things we're most proud of is the original content we provide, created exclusively by our staff. In case you missed any of it in April, the highlights are posted here:

Kelley Eskridge and Idaliisa Partanen kicked off the month by revealing the answers to the March Question of the Month, which asked fans, "In 10 words or less, what does U2’s music mean to you, or how does it make you feel?"

In our weekly Off the Record column, Matt McGee announced the fifth worldwide @U2 fan survey, while Sherry Lawrence talked about attending her first U2charist. Later in the month, Ian Ryan contemplated the potential of U2 album apps, and Becky Myers discussed U2 historical moments in the month of April. Aaron Govern closed out the month by expressing relief at how quiet U2 has become on the promotional front.

Our popular "Like a Song" series continued with an essay about "Vertigo" by Tim Neufeld. We had two “Like a Video” pieces this month: the first about “One” on ZooTV: Live From Sydney by Christopher Endrinal; the second about “I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight” by Gary Boas. The "U2 Lists" piece for this month was authored by Tassoula E. Kokkoris, who formulated her Top 5 Essential U2 Books.

We were also treated to a spring edition of Achtoon Baby by Kelly Eddington.

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