SotU: Birds Carrying Twitterwhales

Twitter Whale by Yiying Lu. Text by Douglas Adams.

So. As I type this, Twitter seems to be down. I can’t access it on my iPhone, and online access seems limited to the all-too-familiar Twitterwhale with his unlikely, aviary transportation system.

I can’t tweet about the prewriting I’m engaged in.

To post #amwriting here would be rather fruitless.

But here I am, doing it anyway.

My conclusion is that when Twitter goes down, my Spidey senses tell me to go blog something. This is not a bad thing, my dear inklings, as I have been shoulding to blog many somethings that I haven’t done recently. Which is my way of saying that I’ve been neglecting you all recently, and I know it. Mea culpa.

Anyway. When Twitter’s down, I blog.

What about you? What do you do when Twitter’s down? What do you do when Facebook makes more user interface changes than you want to deal with? What do you do when the intarwebz are fritzing?

Oooooh, we could even pretend there’s an apocalypse if you want. What’s your first step?

Tell, tell!

Fling this post into the ether of internetted winds, that it might implant itself in a bazillion other consciousnesses and hasten the onset of my world dominion. ...Wait -- did I say that out loud?Buffer this pageDigg thisEmail this to someoneShare on FacebookFlattr the authorTweet about this on TwitterShare on StumbleUponShare on TumblrShare on RedditPin on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on Google+

3 thoughts on “SotU: Birds Carrying Twitterwhales

  1. virtualDavis says:

    Down, Twitter, down! So cool, old school… Blog and blog some more. We’ll read you, Court. Whales and Twitter birds be damned. Smoke signals even! Tell us a story and we’ll rest our laurels a while by your campfire so that you can transport us far, far away to land of narrative wandering. 🙂

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