There are a lot of comic creators on Twitter, but none bring a smile to the face like Gail Simone when she’s having fun messing with people’s minds. Is she joking, or being serious?  You be the judge in today’s installment of Follow Friday.

Simone occasionally gets into confrontational exchanges with other creators, but most of her jabs are full of fun, as she usually brings some light perspective to matters people sometimes take too seriously.

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    • Astrodinosaurus on

      ^This…But I don’t think jumping into the Twitt-ospehere (Twit-mension, twitterverse?) Is something, I will ever do. Though as stated this does compel me.

  1. Moreso than any other social networking site, Twitter seems to have the most fight against it, and I can’t say that I understand why. At all. To me it’s no different than following certain people’s blogs and in some ways it’s more effective than that since most people update their Twitters more often than their blogs.

    Join the future people. JOIN THE FUTURE.

    • Astrodinosaurus on

      Finally an excuse to rant against Twitter!

      It kills time and its a format that inherently lures many to use it, but few to use is purposefully. If somebody updates a blog they will much likelier have something worth saying(quality/quantity..yes they will twit more often..and that’s exactly why I don’t use it). Twitter is at its core blogging retarded…Big picture wise I wont support a lesser product.
      Instead I would like to see people make their own damn sites and use them in more creative ways than can be done with Twitter.

      On a more personal level this when weighing gain/distraction it just clocks in at to much distraction. For every goldnugget there are a hundred “Just had coffee”. Why join a service, to follow a person…dig through their “Just had coffee” when I can just keep a few good blogs willing to sort through it for me. Twitter is literally “too much”. I like to get my data filtered into actual useful information..Unless its really important.

      Anyway though its a good service for journalist and celebrity stalkers. I don’t see the wide appeal and certainly no personal appeal…I get useless info about my friends on Facebook. The celebrity, politician, organization etc etc that may use Twitter..I will get their stuff through awesome sites like this one…The random ramblings I can do without..Filtration people!

      Twitter is like the chips of the information world..Can’t have just one and you keep eating…But what’s the nutritional value…you might end up getting databetes.

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