(Originally posted on Blogmaster2000.com)
While attending CES in 2011 for work, I tweeted my adventures, but since I am fundamentally a very boring person in real life, I figured it made sense to tweet my fake adventures too, just to make it interesting to others. Here are my #FakeCES tweets (my real #CES tweets are super boring). Continue reading
These are just odds and ends from my Twitter feed that have built up over the last couple of years and don’t really fit well into any one category, but I still think are worth archiving in this manner.
These are just some of my poor attempts over the last couple of years in which I tried to either jump on a trending Twitter bandwagon or start my own meme.
Both to little effect.
Every once in a while I try to tackle the big wide social world all on my own and create a meme. I have failed to have any kind of impact whatsoever. Every single time. Here is my personal favorite attempt that gained zero notice on Twitter, and only made a little blip on Facebook when I reposted it to a Fan Page I administrate there for a local weekly comedy show that I produce.
If you are inspired by this one, then I invite you to pile on in the comments. I mean, only if you want. I mean, I don’t care. I am good if you don’t want to. It’s no biggie… Honest…
I have arranged these back into the order in which they were originally tweeted:
Every once in a while I try to tackle the big wide social world all on my own and create a meme. I have failed to have any kind of impact whatsoever. Every single time. This is one of my early attempts, though not the earliest – the Twitter API only lets you recover the most recent 3200 tweets, so everything before those are effectively lost for now.
These tweets are in the order they were originally tweeted on July 11, 2010: