Lunes, Marso 26, 2012
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, although anyone who's been the subject of a Twitter parody account might not necessarily agree. This is just one of those.
It does appear to be active at this time with tweets that are about to reach almost about 17k followers, and with almost 700 tweets, there’s plenty to catch up on. The most recent is:
The last post give us an answer to this blog. How? All you need to do is look up the foursquare activity and it shows you:
There you go. I thought.. He's kinda cute. Atleast he didn't look as bad as I imagined. I said, now this guy is a genius. I wondered if he had a witty Twitter of his own and he does. So if you tick on the Twitter button from foursquare..
Here's our guy. I'm sure he could have more followers on here. I know he's got a lot of interesting things to say.
Found. Mission accomplished.
This is one of the those interesting parody accounts, but if you’re easily offended, however, it won’t appeal to you.
Disclaimer: If you’re thinking of putting together your own parody account, be sure to read Twitter’s guidelines first to make sure you’re not in violating of the site’s terms.
Linggo, Marso 25, 2012
“Pop quiz. Which of these do you agree with?1. Intelligence is fixed at birth.
2. Some people are creative, others aren’t.
3. You can become a world-class expert through enough practice, whatever your starting point.
4. You can change your personality.
“If you agreed with the first two statements, you’re coming from a fixed mindset. If you agreed with the second two, you’ve got a growth mindset.”
That being said, about just an hour ago rewinding atleast the last 20 years of my life, my answers were 1 and 2. Now the reason I'm here though is 3 and 4. I know I've got to practice. What has been difficult was the starting point.
Today I'm willing to go where I haven't gone before. I'm taking this step to write on the web. Here is my best bet, for right now.