Sunday, March 20, 2011

Flow Chart


Disadvantages of putting Evil Tweets on Twitter
1. Those who want to enjoy Evil Tweets have to be on Twitter to do so.
2. I have to be on Twitter.

Advantages of putting Evil Tweets on Twitter
1. Can promote EE blog to new audience, getting us more openings and queries to savage. And more Evil Tweets to continue.
2. I don't have to count words or characters to see if Tweeters are cheating because Twitter counts them.

I could still choose the funniest continuation for each Evil Tweet on Twitter and post it on the blog for the enjoyment of those who don't care to be on Twitter.

14 comments:

Sylvia said...

Twitter is interesting and it could be a good way for people to explore it and see what they think (including you). But choose a short name please! Sending something to @evileditor loses us 10 characters before we even start on the twit!

stacy said...

I think it'd be great if you were on Twitter. That's where I first looked for the tweets. Think about all the time it would save you not having to count characters or words to make sure no one is cheating.

Michelle4Laughs said...

Alas, I have no twitter. I'd be unable to compete. Having passed kindergarten, I do believe I can count to twenty-five.

fairyhedgehog said...

It sounds like a good idea to me - as long as it isn't too time consuming for you. Twitter can be a time sink!

You could always give it a go and stop if you don't like it.

Anonymous said...

I don't tweet. I can count to 25. I don't like to change.

Evil editor is versatile enough and awesome enough to do both! :)

Anonymous said...

No Twitter for moi, thank you, but see no reason why you shouldn't give that a try.

Robin B. said...

Tweet away, Sparky. I don't use Twitter currently, I see it as a time sinkhole. I suppose I'll be there eventually - for now, though, I check only a few blogs, stay on Facebook to catch up with friends (HINT) so FB would sure be a nice idea for ya....(Double hint)...

Sam Albion said...

i hate twitter... the name tells me everything I need to know. Facebook... I use, grudgingly, to check in with associates. I would FB ya, EE.

Dave Fragments said...

I got on Facebook and survived several teenage cousins. If you do tweets, I'm sure I'll survive the vicissitudes of Twitter.

Whirlochre said...

Twitter is a useless waste of space filled to bursting with the shamelessly self-indulgent wranglings of morons, would-be geniuses and the broadest spectrum of weirdos this side of a transvestite mutant dream therapy clinic.

So — should be perfect.

Concur with Sylvia about @EvlEd or @EE or something snappy.

Also concur with others about the time sink factor.

Also forgot about my toast while commenting and now it's burnt.

Curse you, EE.

fairyhedgehog said...

Please not Facebook! All my former colleagues are there.

Slush said...

I'm on twitter now. So, Yes! Tweet away and I will be happy to encourage others to take part.

Evil Editor said...

I went to TWITTER but I couldn't come up with a screen name that wasn't already taken.

Robin B. said...

I won't be tweeting until somebody makes me, who pays me to do it.