Late last week the one and only @abelmind had another one of his big ideas, and per the usual he just went ahead and executed it. Soon after with casual excitement he announced, “I just created a Twitter account called it’s anybody. I put the password in the profile so anyone can log in and post from it.”
Why? Just to see what happens.
With just a few tweets the account was up and running. The first few posts came from us, but quickly unidentified tweets came, and they continued faster and faster. In the first hour we figured there were close to 50 tweets from random strangers. Within 3 hours the account password was changed by a random stranger and our little afternoon experiment was dead. After tracking down the assailant and about a day of back and forth, pleading, begging and promises the password was back in the hands of young @abelmind. As of yesterday we’re pleased to announce the account is back up and the experiment continues. As of today the account has 76 followers and has tweeted 136 times. In other news, Blake, AKA @abelmind has become an expert on Twitter password settings.
What now? Let’s see what happens.
Happy tweeting, Anybody.