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The All-New, All-Different 21 Questions For You All!

20 Questions For You All was a bit I did for quite awhile, then MarkAndrew did it for a little bit.

Now I’m bringing the idea back, only this time, it’s on TWITTER!!!

Yep, on the CSBG Twitter account (so nicely labeled twitter.com/csbg), I’ll be posting three comic book related questions a day, making it 21 Questions for the Week!

Just follow our account and share your answers by clicking reply on whatever question you want to!

There’s even a handy search function that will list all the tweets containing one of the 21 Questions!

I’ll most likely collect the 21 Questions and post them on the blog on Mondays for those who don’t dig Twitter. But I might not, we shall see!

Enjoy!

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Gah – I can’t get on with Twitter. I’ve tried, but it just seems like a blog for people with nothing worth saying. (Which describes most blogs come to think of it)

Twitter is a plague upon the Earth.

Have fun! I won’t be reading because, well, I hate Twitter.

I’m soooo not a Twitter person.
Oh well.
bugger all.

;-)

Here’s an idea. You could do it in Instant Messaging with a few of your friends and cut your reading audience down even further.

I’m really enjoying the Twitter questions! Really good idea.

Looking forward to a summary on CSBG proper once you’ve finished…

The biggest problem we’re seeing with all this Disney-generation tech, is the number of people who ignore their blogs and websites in favor of the faster easier Facey-Spacey and Twitter. It’s just one more website, not replacement tech.

Had to decline an event the other day; told the assistant, that I had not received an invitation or even seen a press release, and she told me, “we don’t use those anymore, it’s on my Facebook.” Guess we won’t be working with them anymore.

Here’s an idea: Call this “The All-New, All-Different 21 Questions For You” leave the “All” off. It just sound bad and is grammatically unnecessary.

Here’s an idea: How about you get a clue.

He’s mocking/homaging/whatever the the common hype phrase: “All New, All Different” Try googling the phrase and you’ll see it’s pretty prevalent, especially when hyping comics.

Seriously, you wasted time with that “critique”?

“Twitter,” of course, was the original name for Skynet. I’m onto you, Cronin.

I think azjohnson5 meant the last “all” at the end of the post title not the first one in “All-New”

I’m a bit surprised that not only am I not the only one here not on Twitter, but the first five posts are anti-Twitter.
I wasn’t planning on being as negative as the first five posts, I was just gonna say I hope you repost them on the blog.
Is “repost” a word? Spellchecker is saying it’s not.
PS- dictionary.com says it is a word. Spellchecker doesn’t know what it’s talking about.

Twitter = Short, Shallow, and Self-Indulgent

Gen, get a clue? Me? Read mrjayberry dipshit.

This is the part where you two battle for a while over a wacky misunderstanding before the inevitable “team-up.”

Twitter = Short, Shallow, and Self-Indulgent

Not the deep discourse that we get from Gort, I see!

I’d much rather see it here than on Twitter. I still haven’t ever seen Twitter, actually, but everything I’ve heard about it sounds bad. Maybe I will check it out soon, but I have an instinctive repulsion of anything faddish.

I would like to humbly request that the questions also get posted on the blog, please. But I don’t want to add to the anti-Twitter rants ’cause it doesn’t bother me all that much.

Myspace on the other hand should get its own circle in Hell!!!!!!

(sorry, I’m okay now)

I’ll pass on going to another site to read content. Thanks.

“I think azjohnson5 meant the last “all” at the end of the post title not the first one in “All-New””

Thanks for the clarification.

However, it’s still a retarded, nit-picky and obnoxious observation.

You’re all making me feel sorry for Twitter by hating it. Stop doing that! (Also, I use my Facebook as a Twitter, basically, so there’s that reason to not jump on the Haterade Parade. I need to trademark that phrase.)

“However, it’s still a retarded, nit-picky and obnoxious observation.”

Hey! This dude used the R-word! Let’s… aw, I don’t care.

FunkyGreenJerusalem

November 10, 2009 at 4:12 pm

Et tu Brian? Et tu?

I’m glad to see the Twitter hate runs strong here though – It seems to me to be the sort of fad that companies and news sources love to write about and declare the next big thing, but no one actually seems to like or use.
On the other hand, I like Brian’s thought provoking questions, that I often spend longer thinking about than I should… I’m hoping for a Monday post!

Oh yeah I hate Facebook too. I actually had an account in that for a couple of weeks, but came to the conclusion that it’s crap. It’s almost decent though. I might check it out in a few years and see if people have stopped poking each other and giving each other imaginary drinks

http://twitter.com/FakeAPStylebook

And, with that, Twitter wins.
And all of you lose.

And anyone who says anything anti-Twitter at this point is being stupid for the sheer pleasure of seeing stupid words appear on their screen.

Sweet Jah, this is a lot of whining and complaining over nothing.

Because MarkAndrew is the end all, be all.

A very wise and well argued point. Kudos.

http://twitter.com/FakeAPStylebook

And, with that, Twitter wins.
And all of you lose.

Yeah, the Fake AP is great, but it’s kind of like the Twitter version of that fantastic Michael Bay commercial for Verizon Fios: The fact that it’s so entertaining only serves to shine a light on how crappy, empty, and vapid the rest of his/its output is.

Never been to Twitter before; I’m sure there’s some simple answer to this that I’m just missing, but I’m not afraid to ask and look like an idiot: Is there some way to just get a list of the questions? I’m getting a random mix of the questions in no particular order (and only the first six questions at that) and people’s answers to them.

Never been to Twitter before; I’m sure there’s some simple answer to this that I’m just missing, but I’m not afraid to ask and look like an idiot: Is there some way to just get a list of the questions? I’m getting a random mix of the questions in no particular order (and only the first six questions at that) and people’s answers to them.

There’s no way to get JUST the questions, but if you click on #21Q, you’ll get all the questions posted (remember, it’s three a day, so only six have been put up).

http://twitter.com/FakeAPStylebook

And, with that, Twitter wins.
And all of you lose.

I don’t understand that website. Maybe if I knew what AP or Stylebook was I’d have a chance

I was pretty excited to see that the questions were back, given that I seemed to have missed the boat before (I clicked on the tag in the archives the other day and it looked pretty fun), but I have no time or use for Twitter, so I’ll be sitting this one out as well.

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