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Dead Man's Twitter Feed Keeps Updating

destinyland (578448) writes | more than 2 years ago

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destinyland (578448) writes "Last week John Pospisil, the editor of Blorge.com, passed away. But his Twitter feed continued updating, since he'd configured it to re-tweet all the headlines from his group technology blog. "Eventually I figured it out," reports one technology blogger, "but it was a big shock to see more messages appearing from John himself on the day after he'd died." They also dedicated their first ebook to Pospil, a Thanksgiving children's story, because "I'd always thought we'd watch the world changing together...""
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It should also be "Pospisil" in that last sentence (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#38154748)

You don't want that typo to wake the dead....
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