Museum of Hoaxes on Twitter

I recently created a twitter page for the Museum of Hoaxes, so if you're on twitter, check it out.

I'm pretty inept at this social networking stuff. I created a personal twitter page months ago, but almost never posted to it. Hopefully I'll be more disciplined about tweeting on the MOH page.

There may be a bit of a learning curve, because I still haven't figured out all the twitter lingo. RT is the only abbreviation I understand.

But I'm excited that I already have nine "followers," and I hadn't even told anyone about the page yet.


Posted on Sat Jun 27, 2009


The lovely Felicia Day has written a couple of blog posts that are Twitter How-Tos.
Posted by Laurie T.  on  Sun Jun 28, 2009  at  10:24 AM
I'm not even sure how to twitter anything but I think this is pretty cool anyway!
Posted by hulitoons  on  Sun Jun 28, 2009  at  03:04 PM
I don't twitter, but I do use facebook.
Posted by Maegan  on  Sun Jun 28, 2009  at  06:07 PM
Good for you.
Still... I would never use twitter/facebook/or whtever kinda bull like that.
And thats only because they behave like f*cking locusts on the web.
You subscribe and they hijach all your contacts suddenly to send emails to subscribe to them.
Facebook, Twitter etc are like viral locusts.
And I simply HATE them.
Every f*cking day I get emails of somebody to join one of those assh*le sites to join them simply because they joined up and then sen those emails to everybody on the hijacked lists.
So have fun fun with your highjacking twitter/facebook whatever.
I simly hate those kinda viral sites.
So thank you for signing up and giving me another load of bullshit email to join their bloody site.
It all goes from now on to
Whatever you send me from this site.
Want to contact me?
Send something to b e a s t A T g m a i l . c o m
The rest will be deleted.
Enjoy your twitter/facebook/whatever
Posted by Unfairly Balanced  on  Mon Jun 29, 2009  at  07:29 AM's the person THEMSELVES who say it's okay to contact you. When you sign up there is an option to get contacts from their address book...then they select someone. You can get around this by choosing not to select anyone.
Posted by Maegan  on  Mon Jun 29, 2009  at  08:38 AM
Not true.
I contacted a lot of friends who all said they never ever opted to contect anyoane.
Whatever you do, those sites will get your contacts an send an invitation to all of them.
Facebook, Myspace, Twitter will contact whoever there is in your list, if you say so or not.
And they keep sendin "invitations" even if you decline thewm.
Bullshit sites and I simply hate them.
My adress is on my site, so lot
Posted by Unfairly Balanced  on  Mon Jun 29, 2009  at  08:57 AM
Beasjt, I'm confused. How could twitter get all my "contacts" and start spamming them? I was never asked to provide any contacts. And as far as I know, I don't even have such a list.
Posted by The Curator  in  San Diego  on  Mon Jun 29, 2009  at  09:44 AM
Umm... it was me, Alex... I gave them your list, they paid me well, and I'm not sorry. I also have Beasjt's and Maegan's lists, but I'm holding out for more cash. I also propose that "twitterer(er)ers" just be renamed "twits", in the interest of brevity and accuracy. You're welcome
Posted by Hairy Houdini  on  Mon Jun 29, 2009  at  10:20 AM
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