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D Mervin Ffingir writes, and having writ, moves on:
Monday, November 09, 2009
Remember Follow Fridays and keep them holy.
As ye tweet, thus shall ye be retweeted.
Thou shalt not stalk thy neighbour's followers in the hope that they follow ye.
Thou shalt not plug thy status updates into Facebook, that barren land of nonbelievers & quiz-takers.
Thou shalt not bear false witness. That includes tweeting stuff you only actually saw on TV.
Honour thy father and thy mother. What happens at home shalt not be tweeted.
(Unless, of course, thy parents tweeted first)
(You *really* shouldn't have got them on to Twitter, y'know.)
Thou shalt not sledge @stephenfry. He has earned his moods.
@shashitharoor is, however, fair game.
Thou shalt get back to work, hm?
#Thou #shalt #use #hashtags #judiciously.
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's ass. Well, okay, maybe if s/he's really callipygous.
If ye seek to be retweeted, ye shall ensure that thy tweets have enough characters left over to permit it.
Thou shalt casually mention @gulpanag in thy tweets, as if you're, like, friends and all.
Thou shalt quit while thou art ahead.
Thou shalt not relentlessly pimp thy blog. (These tweets archived at http://bit.ly/nvenr)
RT @zigzackly Thou shalt not relentlessly pimp thy blog. (These tweets archived at http://bit.ly/nvenr)
Retweeting yourself - or RTing what others tweet to you - is bad form. Only SEOs do that.
RT @zigzackly The Gospel according to St Peter: Retweeting yourself - or RTing what others tweet to you - is bad form. Only SEOs do that.
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