Three years ago I did a Stupid
Twitter Trick and it ran fine up until, until Twitter changed how third party
applications can access Twitter. Then it went, well, not dark, but it
wasn't exacty updating either.
Until this weekend. In fact, it wasn't that hard to
update; perhaps an hour or so of work.
But three years though … perhaps I should come up with some other
Stupid Twitter Trick to do; my quote file is running out of quotes.
Obligatory Biased Shilling
Pen, behaving badly.
In his first collection of short stories,
Sean Hoade takes readers where they might not want to go … but
which they'll love once they get there.
Buy it at:
Obligatory Twitter Updates
You have my permission to link freely to any entry here. Go
ahead, I won't bite. I promise.
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