Comic Relief is a good cause. But has their ill-judged #twitrelief campaign turned the tide of public opinion against them?
Forgoing the usual bath of beans, the Comic Relief organisers have found a new way for the great and the good to demean themselves for charity. By talking to dirty, pointless scrubbers like you.
Those of you who write three or more list posts a month aren’t going to like this, so I suggest you skip to the end and leave an angry comment. But if you’re worried about providing great content, building a solid reputation, or just not coming across as a fool, you need to move on.
Back when the world was young and Twitter was new and exciting, a tradition developed. Every Friday, the users of the burgeoning social media site would take the time to promote their friends. They’d explain why a certain person was interesting, and tag it #FollowFriday.
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