Jaya Saxena (@jayasax) on No Doubt, Banksy, and Twitter as a Confidence Booster
Jaya Saxena is a Staff Writer at The Toast, and has written about everything from food to feminism to weird history nonsense for The New Yorker, The Daily Dot, Atlas Obscura, Buzzfeed and more. She is the co-creator of the longrunning series Dad Magazine, which is being released as a book this April... [Read More]
Jaya Saxena (@jayasax) on No Doubt, Banksy, and Twitter as a Confidence Booster
Jaya Saxena is a Staff Writer at The Toast, and has written about everything from food to feminism to weird history nonsense for The New Yorker, The Daily Dot, Atlas Obscura, Buzzfeed and more. She is the co-creator of the longrunning series Dad Magazine, which is being released as a book this April... [Read More]
Mike Rosenthal (@VectorBelly) on Creating Image Posts and His Viral Tweet Legacy
Mike Rosenthal is an LA-based cartoonist. He creates the comic Our New Electrical Morals and the tiny cartoon Crystal Zone. His work has been featured in a dumpster behind an abandoned RadioShack. This week I asked Rosenthal to share three of his favorite tweets, and we talked about insecurity, his ... [Read More]
The Jon Ronson Mysteries review – stories from the eye of the Twitter storm
Leicester Square theatre, LondonThe chronicler of society’s oddest habits leads an endearing book reading-plus-debate about social media shaming – with a bonus appearance from Bridget ChristieThis week at Leicester Square theatre, that chronicler of the modern weird Jon Ronson brings his... [Read More]
Talking to @70ceeks About Inoffense and Getting Started on Twitter
On Twitter you might mainly know her as a Muppet baby, but @70ceeks a.k.a. ceeks a.k.a. Claire is a graphic designer living in DC with her husband, daughter, son, dog, and two cats. This week I spoke with her about three of her favorite tweets. We talked about transitioning from reading Twitter joke... [Read More]
Talking to @70ceeks About Inoffense and Getting Started on Twitter
On Twitter you might mainly know her as a Muppet baby, but @70ceeks a.k.a. ceeks a.k.a. Claire is a graphic designer living in DC with her husband, daughter, son, dog, and two cats. This week I spoke with her about three of her favorite tweets. We talked about transitioning from reading Twitter joke... [Read More]
Talking to @70ceeks About Inoffense and Getting Started on Twitter
On Twitter you might mainly know her as a Muppet baby, but @70ceeks a.k.a. ceeks a.k.a. Claire is a graphic designer living in DC with her husband, daughter, son, dog, and two cats. This week I spoke with her about three of her favorite tweets. We talked about transitioning from reading Twitter joke... [Read More]
Naomi Rohatyn (@omibaloney) on the Big Loud Cacophony of the Internet
Naomi Rohatyn is a comedy writer and performer in Los Angeles. She hopes to someday become successful enough to say she’s “based” in Los Angeles, and in-demand enough to “divide her time transatlantically” between Los Angeles and London, because where better to be chron... [Read More]
Darcie Wilder (@333333333433333) on Tweeting About Yourself and Reacting to Cool Follows
Darcie Wilder is a native New Yorker. Her work has appeared in Logue Magazine, Selfish, New Hive, and MTV No Chill. She probably will publish a book with Sorry House this year. She ran the Twitter account @iworkforvice and mostly tweets at @333333333433333. This week I spoke with Wilder about t... [Read More]
@CorySnearowski on Burgers and Childhood Memories
Cory Snearowski is from New Jersey and has been told he is a pleasure to have in the classroom. He is a contributor for ClickHole and performs around New York City. This week I spoke with Snearowski about three of his favorite tweets, plus silverware, crowdfunding, and making tweets out of childhood... [Read More]