In recent years, we’ve moved way beyond having to actually call and place an order for pizza. Now, we can go online, make all our selections, and not even talk to a single human being! We can even sit and watch a little progress bar in hungry anticipation. But, even going online to order can sometimes take some time. The problem is we’re hungry now! We can’t take 5 minutes to place an order.
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Remember back to grade school when you would celebrate Memorial Day? You probably had American flags all over the place, maybe some sort of show and tell where you’d talk about family members who fought or were still fighting, and then you’d sit down to pen a letter to a current military member.
You couldn’t pay us enough to swim off the coast of Western Australia. That place is the epicenter of shark attacks and we want to keep all of our limbs, thank you very much. We assume the theme from Jaws is playing on repeat at all the beaches over there. And now those killer sharks are tweeting, yes, tweeting. Looks like somebody got a waterproof iPhone case for Christmas.
It doesn’t take a genius to tweet. Who’s got two thumbs and Internet access? Like, everybody. So why not make your tweets stand out a bit? We get so bored tweeting about what happens in our day (here’s a shocker: our life isn’t that interesting) that we end up just retweeting a bunch of funny Jim Gaffigan quotes and pictures of cute puppies. Little did we know there’s so much more we could be doing with 140 characters! Thanks to our pals at Mashable, here are five creative uses for Twitter.