Science fiction story in the form of a Twitter bug-report

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15 Responses to “Science fiction story in the form of a Twitter bug-report”

  1. Doran says:

    Wait until he reads the retweet about @carzymoney committing  suicide.

  2. nachoproblem says:

    Sounds very clever actually. Unfortunately, I don’t think I’d be able to read it.

  3. dagfooyo says:

    I was so hoping the submission form button at the bottom would be functional and take me to another page.  The author missed an awesome opportunity to use this as the rabbit hole for an ARG or something.

    • Kenmrph says:

      Totally! I was imaging that if I were to submit my twitter name and/or email, perhaps I’d start getting disturbing tweets from myself from the future.  (E.g., disturbing revelations about the contents of Trader Joe’s potstickers)

  4. glittertrash says:

    Really effective story, really effective presentation. Loved it.

  5. CH says:

    Heh, that was a clever way to present and frame the story. Nice story, too!

  6. Preposterous. If the timestamp is in the future, then it’s the data on Twitter’s server that travelled through time, not the poster.

  7. snipehunt says:

    January 12th 2017 is likely the date of the next presidential inaguration.

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