Just when I thought I was getting a case of Twitter fatigue, the randomness of what it serves up keeps it interesting.
The telegenic spokesperson for the most militant Québec student association, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, tweets that he’ll be on CNN in 15 minutes. Would CNN cover a peaceful protest?
A 75-year-old judge in Québec City is found guilty of murdering his disabled wife. The judge, known for his proper use of the French language, said one word when the verdict was read: ostie. (Québec French profanity)
Then there’s the tweet from Adweek about CocaCola’s security camera footage campaign. A clever twist on the grainy images usually associated with the darker side of society and a beautiful reminder that people can do good.
How about joining peopleforgood.ca and make the world a better place?