Over the weekend this fake twitter account showed up in response to my latest posts on Damien Echols…
So apparently they’re not above employing the same tactics as a grade school bully. Bravo. However will I recover from that?
Poking society in the eye with a sharp pointy stick
I received a tip from friend of the site KuJoe that he may have found the Twitter account of the yet to be named shooter from Socastee High School. He sent me a screen grab. I’ve removed all identifying information since his name has not yet been released.
Shotguns, swastikas and Molotov cocktails, oh my. If this is his twitter account someone should have caught this. Luckily no one died this time.
UPDATE: Another friend of the site, Morgan, found the following on the twitter page in question…
Yeah, well, you kinda did. If this is the Twitter page that belongs to the suspect. If not Socastee has another problem on their hands.
While we’re on the subject of Craigslist founder Craig Newmark and social media I thought it would be a good idea to follow Craig on Twitter. I thought it would provide me with some good blog fodder. Well, it turns out I’m not welcome to follow Craig on Twitter. He’s blocked my @trenchreynolds account.
Check it out.
On the rare occasion that I do interviews with the media about craigslist I am always asked if craigslist knows about this blog. Now I can answer with a resounding yes.
I was able to follow Jim Buckmaster. I wonder how long it will take for me to be blocked from that account as well.
Blocked or not as long as their tweets are public I’ll be able to follow them on Twitter.
I’m not going to give this attention whore any more attention then she’s already gotten but I have two things to say.
The first is this is how disposable unborn life has become when ‘women’ are Tweeting and posting on YouTube about their abortion.
The second thing is what in the blue hell did she think would happen?
I guess it was only a matter of time since twitter has been accepted by the mainstream. Thanks a lot Oprah.
Now cyber criminals are using twitter to send malicious links to sites that infect youir computer with malware.
According to the article the scammers use popular hashtags which means I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re using the unrest in Iran, which is a hot topic on twitter right now, to carry out their schemes.
That’s unbelievably low.
You know, I’ve been trying to stay away from politics because anymore there is no real political discourse anymore. It’s usually just one side yelling at the other for whatever reason.
However when you read about what’s going on in Iran you can’t help to wax political. However my post isn’t about Iran per se but more about the Western world.
First let me preface this by saying that I hope the people of Iran do gain their freedom. I know somebody will misconstrue my post somehow as support for the current regime in Iran.
Next I want to address all the people who are changing their Twitter icons to green to show support for the Iranians. That’s great, whatever floats your goat. However don’t get down on somebody who hasn’t, like me. I know you’re trying to bring awareness to the plight of Iraninans but to me it’s like the ribbon craze of the 90′s when everybody felt it was necessary to wear a colored ribbon for whatever cause. I didn’t need to wear a red ribbon then to show that I was concerned about AIDS. Conversely I don’t need a green Twitter icon to show I’m supporting the Iranian people. Not to mention the so called awareness factor. You’d have to be living under the proverbial rock to not know what was going on in Iran right now. If there are people that are that ignorant then they can’t be of any help anyway.
A Philadelphia flash mob turned into an actual mob over this past weekend.
Hundreds of teens ranging in ages from 14 to 17 flooded the area near South Broad St. pre-dawn Sunday morning. In one instance a taxi was hijacked and crashed into a pole. In another two women were pulled from their Jeep and were beaten and robbed. No serious arrests were made.
Personally I think all their parents should be arrested. Seriously where were their parents? Oh wait, this is Philly I’m talking about. I used to live there. In my neighborhood the parents were usually buying lottery tickets or at the tap room. But I’m sure your neighborhood isn’t like that.
Army Intelligence really does live up to its oxymoronic name sometimes. This is one of those times.
They released a report publicly that states Twitter could be used as a possible communication and propaganda tool by terrorists.
Now I’m not saying there’s no such thing as terrorists or that everyone is a terrorist but if the terrorists weren’t using Twitter before I bet they are now.
Some things the military needs to keep to themselves.