What does the Twitter front page look like, when aliens invade the Earth?
I love that someone's complaining about Twitter being down.
The same blogger also mounted a zombie attack via Twitter:
Several interesting elements concerning web 2.0 storytelling:
- The importance of genre. These are sf/horror staples.
- Neither of these are actually Twitter pages, but mocked-up images. Perhaps stories depicting Web 2.0 storytelling, rather than using such a platform directly, constitute another strain of the movement. Compare with "Harvey Feldspar's Geoblog" for a similar example.
- Blurring of fiction and reality continues. According to comments on the first post, some of the people portrayed in the image are actually people.