Posted by sean on April 14, 2011 at 2:16 pm in Geek Stuff with No Comments

I started blogging before it became popular. I carried on blogging when everyone was doing it and I’m still blogging now everyone else has given up on it.

One internet trend that had escaped me was Twitter. I’ve had an account for a few years. The reason being, when people first started ‘Twittering’ we were told that by 2010, it would be the only means of communication. Therefore I thought it best to register an account with a decent username, instead of having to make do with something obscure like sean_k_2015uk_bcfcluva. It’s now 2011 and believe it or not, people are still talking face to face and using the telephone. Like in Back to the Future 2, where we were told everyone would be on hover boards by now, the prediction about Twitter being the only means of contacting Auntie Doris was bollocks.

That said, I made my first ‘Tweet’ yesterday. I have also added a widget to the sidebar of my blog (excuse this technical WordPress speak). So far, I only have 3 followers, but hope that by next week to have more than Chris Moyles, Rio Ferdinand and Charlie Sheen. If not, I’ll carry on using Twitter for what everyone else uses it for… stalking celebrities.

If you do want to follow me and aid my campaign to become more popular than an overweight radio DJ, a drug addict footballer or a man who is slowly killing himself, my Twitter name is seankuk.

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