For some reason, the internet is making us incredibly angry. It’s making us argue past the point of reason. It’s making us set up fake Twitter accounts to harass the outspoken. And it’s making us avoid the comments section of websites, because we’re afraid of what we’ll find down there.
An SEO copywriter walks into a pub, bar, public house, venue, beer, lager, wine, spirits, cocktails, pub food, gastropub, happy hour…
And how we laugh. Still. Every time this tired old joke wheezes its way around Twitter, we all drop to the ground, rolling about in paroxyms of laughter, attempting to hold in our ruptured and leaking sides.
Or not. Read on to find out why.
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.
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.
If I’d have told you 24 hours ago that The Guardian were the UK newspaper that used Twitter most effectively, you’d have believed me.
And then came the #guardianexclusive. Oh, well done Guardian Sport. To quote another sporting foot-shooter, “take a bow, son.”
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