Friday, December 13, 2013
Here we go again ... tweet tweet. Or, Peep Peep. Whatever the case may be.
As an obsessive Twitter user (I'll admit to it being my favorite social media channel), every week I notice at least a handful of tweets that grab my attention for a variety of reasons. They might be funny or insightful or, on occasion, even historic. What follows are some of my favorites from the past week—locally, nationally and internationally.
This effort would be infinitely more interesting if I heard from you about what tweets you like and why. Send them to me on Twitter at @bobbbyg and I'll consider them for the next "Tweets of the Week."
Today's theme is Matzoh, Peeps and new beginnings.
This tweet was posted at 1:33 p.m. on Monday, March 25. Zach gets right to the point.
"Jews!!!! Happy Passover."
This tweet was posted at 8:21 p.m. on Monday, March 25. Until recently I thought this woman was a sitcom character as opposed to a real person.
"Calm before the storm #passover http://instagram.com/p/XTOY2ERTZA/"
This tweet was posted at 4:37 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27. LITTLE L.L. PEEP!
"Help little L.L.Peep win! Please vote and RT http://bit.ly/LL_Peep via @washingtonpost & @PeepsandCompany"
This tweet was posted at 4:24 p.m. on Thursday, March 28. I think he probably just looked really spring-y.
"5 people have told me Happy Easter today. I must look more Christiany than normal."
This tweet was posted at 10:55 a.m. on Saturday, March 30. I'm obsessed with Arrested Development. And, Egg.
"I'm sure Egg is a very nice person. I just don't want you spending all your money getting her all glittered up for Easter."
This tweet was posted at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 30. Thank you Mr. President.
"These holy days afford us the precious opportunity to slow down & spend some quiet moments in prayer & reflection." http://OFA.BO/aLDiDT
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Rob works as a digital marketing & public relations consultant to agencies, brands, and individuals. He has 20 years of marketing experience. He also currently serves in a volunteer capacity as director of pr/communications for TEDxDirigo. From 2005-2011, Rob served as director of social media & agency communications at The VIA Agency (Portland). Prior to VIA, Rob worked with several PR & advertising agencies in London & Boston. He is a graduate of The University of Vermont (UVM) and a Maine transplant (2002).
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His real-life interests include art, travel, writing, design, psychology, the beach, & exercise (grudgingly at times).