The Brand Builder and I are forced to drinking after the Twitter Crash.
It happened Thursday, like the universe coming unstitched, at least for some people.
Amber Osborne, aka “@MissDestructo” on Twitter,” was headed to a photo shoot for a magazine article about, what else, Twitter.
“I started getting all these e-mails from people, and I thought, ‘Who still uses e-mail?'” she said. All her friends send messages through Twitter to their followers online. But utterly unplugged, Osborne’s posse of 4,469 followers on Twitter resorted to typing out actual correspondence to her.
It was weird, she said, seeing phrases and details that stretched into whole sentences, well beyond Twitter’s 140-charater message limit. It was too much.
Like millions of Twitterholics around the globe, Osborne had to find other things to do with her hands than tweet.
Diabolical hackers. The cause of this Twitterpocalypse: Diabolical hackers had orchestrated a malicious attack, paralyzing the tweeting universe around the world, leaving them unable to fire off their vital updates…
Read the rest of the article “Hackers Trigger Twitterpocalypse” here….
What did you do when Twitter and Facebook crashed?