Wow. I am humbled by the response to my call for a “Tweet-Up.”
Based on demand registered here and elsewhere, I’d say there is enough interest to easily justify two sessions: One for the afternoon crowd, and perhaps a morning session for the bagels and coffee set (Be forewarned, Mr. Howard, I fully expect you to reciprocate with a quick Wet Paint tutorial. An account has been created for this very purpose.)
Let me pencil in some dates and get back to you on Monday.
Both sessions will be a highly informal and ideally bucketfuls of fun. But don’t let this dissuade you from voicing your brutally honest opinions about our 2.0 efforts. Your feedback is vital. Without it, WBUR’s social media ventures are destined to wither and die on the vine.
And now, file this under “other things”:
The new Car Talk cartoon is taking a critical wrench to the knees.
Sadly, their [Click and Clack’s] new PBS television series is a clunker in need of an overhaul.
Unfortunately, the show proves to be a major disappointment, inexplicably leaving out much of what makes the radio show as enjoyable as it is.
Now that really smarts.
For obvious reasons I am uncomfortable tipping my hand publicly, but that won’t stop me from requesting that you do so. So Click and Clack fan boys and gals, those not, and the rest in between: Did you catch the show, and if so, whattaya think? Are the critics all wet?
I look forward to reading your reviews and discussing them, and other things, at the Tweet-Up.