Well, not right now. I just thought that since it has been recently, that I’d write about it now, after all the hubbub. And, since it’s up, you’ll likely see this post as soon as Twitterfeed tweets it….
In any case, it’s my new definition of irony. Because put simply, if Twitter goes down, I’d want to tweet and tell all my friends, however, it’s down, so, I can’t.
Of course, there are other options available to let you and by extension, my followers/friends/fans, etc, whatever you call yourselves on the various social networks that you may or may not be following me on, as opposed to on which you may be following me, however, the lament would not be as effective, simply because, it wouldn’t be the same. Similar, yet different.
3 advantages to Twitter being down include:
- Ability to get actual work done.
Ok, maybe just one big advantage. I’m sure you can come up with the other two. If you do, leave a comment. If you don’t, leave a comment about that as well.
You see, I stopped after the first one because I realized that yes indeed, the problem was with TweetDeck
72 and sunny in Redondo Beach on Christmas Day.
Adjust your expectations accordingly.
Oh, and I shouldn’t have to say this anymore, but please, retweet. That is, if Twitter isn’t down….