Twitter seems like it could be fun. It’s pretty much a blog site that’s not much more than Facebook status updates. It could be interesting, as in fast news updates and the like, I reckon.
Dude in my French class thinks kids under 18 shouldn’t use the Internet because the “information is bad.”
Would’ve explained exactly why he’s completely wrong if my French were better…
I worked with the Academy to create the official 85 Years of Oscars poster.
The brief was one of the hardest I’ve ever had; find a way to reference every single Best Picture winner from the last 85 years.
Thanks to Gallery 1988 for organising this whole shebang.
So this is pretty spectacular.
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I don’t really need to say anything more, do I?
I don’t set out to be funny on Twitter. I’m just being myself.
I tell a few jokes amid doing work stuff, and it’s not up to me to decide whether they’re good or bad. Working from home most of the time and not having anyone around means I need another method of release for my thoughts.
You can talk about journalism as a public service or whatever and needing to be serious for real, but reporters are people too. I don’t tend to follow anyone who’s simply on Twitter to pimp their own stuff or if they only have real talk in mind. That’s boring.
I want to see some personality to brighten up my day. I hope I can do the same for others.
Prohibition had a majority in all provinces except Quebec, where a strong 81.2% voted against it.