Think you got food poisoning at that trendy new fusion restaurant last night? Forget about calling it in – tweet it instead, and you might just help shut down a shady business.
When you’re on the internet, it’s best to follow the advice “beware the troll.” But how can you avoid hecklers, spammers and otherwise abusive Twitter accounts if you don’t know who they are?
Novelist David Mitchell, the award-winning author of Cloud Atlas, is tweeting a new short story set in the universe of his upcoming book, Bone Clock.
If you’re not the type to make a special trip to the art gallery every once in a while, you can still get your fix of high culture – on Twitter.
There’s no denying that we’re a selfie-obsessed society. The word itself made it into the dictionary this year, and selfies are being snapped by celebrities, cartoon characters and regular Joes the world over.
But Twitter is taking the selfie phenomenon to new heights with its “Dronie” account – an unmanned aerial vehicle that is flying around Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, taking sky-high videos of the celebrities in attendance.
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