Lessons Learned From Twitter Jail

Lessons Learned From Twitter Jail

I spent most of last week in Twitter jail. The reason? Sarcasm and a robot’s inability to detect it. I’m not kidding. But after 3 long, tweetless days, I was let out. Well, not exactly. Appeal Denied I had appealed Twitter’s decision to flag my tweet and was willing...
An Appeal To Humanity

An Appeal To Humanity

This month I am celebrating a decade on Twitter, my favorite social media platform. I have somehow tweeted almost 137,000 times. My feed is a mix of nonprofit related content, marketing, some sports (especially Boston teams), 80s music and pop culture, humor and yes,...
What I Learned From A 24 Hour Zoomathon

What I Learned From A 24 Hour Zoomathon

Yes, you read that title right. I spent 24 straight hours on Zoom. I assume your first question is: Why? Happy Birthday Last week Wednesday night and Thursday was my Hebrew birthday. I’m not a big birthday celebrator, though in the past 4 years I’ve been in the U.S....
The Best Time

The Best Time

I woke up this morning at 3:04am. Not on purpose. Once I was up I couldn’t fall back asleep. So I did what any normal person would: Turned on my phone and headed to Twitter. Checked my notifications, DM’s, what’s trending and the latest in my feed. At 3:24am, I...
How To Decide Who To Follow On Twitter

How To Decide Who To Follow On Twitter

It’s a great platform to learn from. It’s a cesspool of bots and racists. It’s the best platform for networking. No matter what you say, people will tell you your ideas are moronic. Welcome to Twitter. The Best Platform 130,000 tweets ago I joined Twitter. Almost a...