Everyone’s on Twitter, and now it looks like the Universe has an account, too. Well, okay, it’s just the doing of some astute smartypants who has decided to troll unwitting tweeters who use the Universe’s name in vain with ERRATIC REPLIES IN BLARING LOUD CAPS. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
I’m late to the game. I’ve just discovered the Twitter home of Tim Siedell, a creative director from Nebraska whose offhand and witty tweets consistently earns him a top spot on all these Feeds to Follow lists by the likes of TIME Magazine and Paste Magazine. He had me at ‘Too lazy for Hamburger Helper? […]
From the ‘what ever happened to’ files comes The Notificator, a short lived robot messenger which allowed users to leave direct messages for people in order to ‘cancel appointments or inform friends of their whereabouts’. To use The Notificator, which was installed in select locations in London in 1935, people would write a message on […]
Astute observations about life (‘Trying to explain what a harpsichord is to a worm. Waste of time”). Escapades that range from the banal (“Feeding gammon to a poorly falcon’) to the surreal (‘Sucking noodles off a whore’s pyjamas’). He’s a bit of a scallywag, this Gus. But you’ve got to love a fox with attitude.
Shit Girls Say is at it again, this time with Shit OscarPRgirl says, which pokes fun at the PRs who work at prestigious fashion house, Oscar de la Renta. Check out the Twitter feed (@oscarprgirl) to see some original content, which includes Tweets such as ‘I just met with a man who had the chicest mohawk’.
140 Film is a Twitter-based project aiming to write and create a movie, one Tweet at a time. The story will be completed once they reach 140 tweets. Feeling creative and helpful? Tweet away!
Everyone loves to hate on Canadian pop rock group Nickelback’s tunes, so naturally, the Defensive Nickelback Fan had to stand up for them on Twitter. Unfortunately all that defending must have eaten away at his weary soul — his tweets fizzled out after two days. Still, worth visiting for one or two chuckles.
If you have a Twitter feed that focuses on cool cultural things, you have more than 700 Followers, and you’d like to swap Tweets with us, drop us a note via this contact form. We have a plan and would love to have you involved. Win? Win! You betcha. [Art by Brad Fitzpatrick]
If you have a Twitter feed that focuses on cool pop cultural things, you have more than 1,000 Followers, and you’d like to swap Tweets with Lost At E Minor and other like-minded Twitterers, drop us a note (with Tweet Swap in the title). We have a plan, and we’d like to have you in […]
Now this is fun! Host Sydney have launched The Merry Twitter Tree, a Christmas tree that’s literally lit by Tweets that contain the words ‘Merry Christmas’. The tree, which sits in their Sydney office, is being streamed live. The more ‘Merry Christmas’ is tweeted, the more the tree flickers. Ho, ho, ho, and all that.
If you Tweet, Twit, or just plain Tweak (yes, that’s right, Tweak), then we have got the feed for you. Ours! We get access to tips that we don’t always post about, so we Tweet it, ’cause, Twitter is so right now. Follow Lost At E Minor on Twitter now.
If there was a statement that sums up the Facebook revolution for a lot of people, FACEBOOK RUINED MY LIFE would be it. You’ve been there with me, agonising over how to successfully hide a break-up, been found by people who should have remained lost, been stalked by these people, and just when you think you’ve blocked them, there’s an email demanding an explanation why. Oh wait, maybe that’s just me.
Love your Twitter so much you can’t stand to be away from it? Even when you’re offline and off the grid? Well, have we got the answer for you. The Paper Tweet Notepad is for all Twitter junkies, enabling you to ‘master the art of brevity in 140 characters or less’.
Our friends over at URLesque have captured some of the funniest examples from the Liblr website, where phrases from Twitter conversations are systematically swapped to create new, unintentional meanings. Example? Swap ‘late for class’ with ‘covered in bees’ and see what mayhem and confessionals ensue.