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Twitter: the new Tetris

standard June 28, 2008 1 response

Do you remember playing Tetris for the first time? All those little shapes falling, falling, falling into place. Move right, move left, space, and siiiiink another one into the perfect slot. Great, the long one, I needed that one over there on the right. Siiiiiiink. Woohoo Tetris!

Whoa. Sorry there. Tetris flashback.

OK. I’m back.

Anyway, remember those days when you played on and on and on, only stopping to eat or sleep? (We poor children of the 80s… entertained by so little.) And then, in all your dreams, in the background those little shapes kept falling, over and over again, no matter what you were dreaming? Don’t tell me that I’m the only one who dreamed in Tetris Technicolor for months. I won’t believe you. If I close my eyes I can still see the screen as though I’d just stopped playing and it’s been years, years I tell you, since that particular Nintendo machine went to game station heaven.

Why the touching meandering down video game memory lane, you ask?

Well… I’ve found my new Tetris. It’s Twitter. I know that sounds crazy, but it’s true. Last night I tweeted* all my dreams. Usually there’s a really annoying narrating voice over to all my dreams, a running commentary that describes each dream scene as it takes place. (I know, how very Stranger Than Fiction of me. I think it’s a writer thing, or a sleep deprivation thing, or maybe I’m just plain crazy. I’m not sure.**) Well, last night, instead of regular old stream of consciousness narration, all my voice overs were 140 characters or less and spun in perfect mini-blog format. And to think that I used to find the plain old narration irritating…

*To tweet: the act of describing the minute details of your day and/or thoughts to unsuspecting strangers and friends who for some obscure reason or another have agreed to “follow” the ins and outs of your life. It’s completely obsessive. Welcome to Twitter. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
**And yes, I’m leaning towards crazy too. Thanks for asking.

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  • I will check out that Twitter someday. Yet another excuse to avoid work.

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