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Even Bambi Wound Up Twitterpated

Posted: November 6th, 2009 | Author: Todd | Filed under: Interactive | Comments Off

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Look out – BrainstormOverload just invaded the airspace over at Twitter. Not sure what to do with it yet but watch for the bsoverload handle (no the irony is not lost on me) and the bsol seal of approval (pictured above). I’ll be working on my brevity for starters. I wonder if I can say anything intelligent in 140 characters (some days I wonder if I can say anything intelligent regardless of character count) but then my (imaginary) good friend and flash fiction master Ernest Hemingway told this famous and provocative story in 33: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” I recently saw Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Ernest” on stage at the Guthrie Theater which as Dirk Gently would assert was no mere coincidence. I’d be surprised if he felt it was actually a call to be more ernest but surely a sign to be more amusing and more intriguing in less space.


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