Tag Archives: twitter

Twitter spotlight: Holly MacKenzie

I have met incredible people through Twitter and I have decided I need to share them — lucky you! First up, the lovely and talented Holly MacKenzie aka @stackmack.
OneChicklette: Your favorite qualities in a love interest
StackMack: Conversation, kindness and passion. If there can’t be some serious word play, I lose interest quickly regardless of the other things they’re bringing to the table. It’s cliche to say, but seeing how they treat the people around them. From the way they talk about their friends, to how they interact with taxi drivers, servers and strangers on the street, kindness owns my soul. People who are passionate about what they do or are trying to do make me swoon. Whatever you love, chase it. I love those people. I also love forearms and calves. Weird, I know.
OneChicklette: Your chief characteristic (one word!)

Book Girl After Dark

Do you follow @bookgirl96? If not, you must. Books are only one part of what she tweets about.

On an average day, she – Kathleen Schmidt – is more interesting, informative and entertaining than 99% of the people I follow on Twitter. By day, Kathleen is a successful publicist with her own business.

Books are only one part of what she tweets about. Continue reading

When friends visit

Last week during the heat wave, I got to see my friend Eimear and have an amazing dinner at Frankies 570. That’s Frankies version of a Hemingway daiquiri in Eimski’s hand below.

Eimski and I last hung out in Austin. Continue reading

Robert Pattinson: still not on Twitter

From the Orlando Sentinel:

It appears someone took over the account [@OSCaseyAnthony] during the weekend and changed passwords as well as the email account used to create it. For a while this week, 40,000 followers to OSCaseyAnthony saw a feed from someone claiming to be Robert Pattinson, the actor who plays Edward Cullen in the Twilight movie series.

More here.


Wouldn’t be awesome if Yelp added a “Humblebrag” button next to “Useful,” “Cool” and “Funny”?

I’d click it here.

Try for a moment to imagine the fights that would ensue if Facebook offered Humblebrag next to Like. And then wish like crazy for it to happen.