Posts Tagged ‘twitter’

The recent Shoreditch Twitnic saw an attendance of about 25 folk who braved the overcast skies of N1 to congregate in Shoreditch Park and have a lot of food and fun for Macmillan Cancer Support. The event raised just over £100 for the charity thanks to free food from Somerfield. As a follow up, I’ve […]


The Shoreditch Twit has always seen itself as a bit of a trendsetter, but when it comes to the sartorial spectrum, we bow down to the superior knowledge and style of our friends at fashion networking company Pout. They’ve been putting together some great events this year, including the fabulous “Fashion and the Web” which […]


Despite previous suggestions that my love life is being conducted via twitter, I have to say that @reboundfinder is nothing to do with me.


In the run up to today’s Shoreditch Twit, we’ve already interviewed one of our lovely sponsors, so it’s time to hear from someone who was present at the first ever Twit, and has frequently been involved in my most disorganised of meetups – Charles Olive (@grumblemouse) from Tipped.co.uk LW: What’s the idea behind Tipped? CO: […]


The lovely people at Nakedwines.com will be sponsoring this week’s Shoreditch Twit event (the SDT6 picture is a little apt as well). I asked founder Rowan Gormley (@rowbags) some questions about what they’re up to, why they’re using Twitter, and if they had any good naked stories. LW: So tell me about Naked Wines… RG: […]


What an event, what an achievement, what a team of stars. I am, of course, talking about Twestival. There’s still no final figure for money raised, but it was a tremendous success all in all, and a wonderful demonstration of how Twitter can bring people together for good. So what now? “Where’s my next Twitter […]


It was particularly apt to see this Mr Litman blog post earlier in the year, why is it apt… actually it’s not. But it did get picked up by the Telegraph, since every media outlet is writing about Twitter these days – love it or hate it. So anyway. Valentine’s Day – that’s a bummer […]