It’s time for some Friday fun: Twitter-inspired music videos! Take a few minutes and sneak in these poppy, chirpy tunes between meetings, or save them for when you’re home from work. They’ll show you why some people love Twitter so much, and could even convert you if you’re on the fence. Enjoy!
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Google TVs have begun scuffing their boots on our Welcome Mats and integrating themselves into the lives & homes of the beautiful people of North America. The Twitter feature makes it convenient to tweet about TV shows, as you watch them. Sure, we could just look down at our laptops as we view our programs. But it’s kind of nice to put all of our eggs in one basket, and see both Twitter and a live basketball game living in harmony, on the same screen.
Twittercism celebrates its first birthday today. It’s been a fun time, and if you’ll excuse the self-indulgence, I thought it might be interesting to look back at some of the key posts and themes – as well as the goofs and misfires – of the past 12 months.
It also functions nicely as a timeline of the change and development within Twitter over this period.
This is part one of two posts.
(Note: this is a very long post. If you want the tldr version, it’s ‘stuff happened’).
The very first post on Twittercism asked whether Stephen Fry, who at the time was the third most popular user on the network behind Barack Obama and the then unofficial CNN Breaking News account, would ever be caught by any other bonafide celebrities.
The incident that would come to be known as, “Do you
remember that time when Stephen Fry got trapped in a lift?”
Well, yes. A year later, and despite adding over a million followers, Fry has dropped to a relatively lowly 151 on the network. He’s still enormously popular, but as Twitter itself gained significance and started to attract more A-list celebrities it was always going to be difficult for Stephen to compete with the bigger American names.