Twitter Disruptors

Because Twitter can be anything you want it to be.

twitter art

twitter art using the word love

common squirrelIt reminds of  stencil art or sidewalk chalk. Something amongst the landscape of Twitter reminding us of the possibilities. Symbols. Poetry. Tanka. 140 character dreams. Urban memes. Who’s your favourite Twitter artist, poet or Twitter Disruptor?

3 thoughts on “Twitter Disruptors

  1. Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth

    Love this, Jasmin. Some of us disrupt with words, others with thoughts, symbols, haiku and/or all of the above. One day I got ornery and used the cool little JavaScript unicode ditty at

    …onb snʇɐʇs oʇ pǝsn sʇǝƃ ǝʎǝ ǝɥʇ uǝɥʍ uoıʇuǝʇʇɐ ʇǝƃ oʇ sı ʇı ʎsɐǝ ʍoɥ ƃuıǝǝs ʇsnɾ ʇno ǝןdoǝd pǝʞɐǝɹɟ ʇı ɔ 0ㄣ⇂ uı ɹǝʇʇıʍʇ uo uǝʌǝ puɐ

    Rock on! Working on my updated AOC3 post now…laggin’ to insert the proper charity, but the more I think about it, doesn’t really MATTER which one as long as it’s helping folks! :-)

  2. Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth

    Word has it the charity is still up in the air. (I wrote a whole post about Make a Wish, but then found out there were some 11th hour switches and it might be Unicef Int’l instead; so tbd, but know it’ll be global reach and 100% proceeds probono, so I’m thrilled either way! :-)

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