So there I was, scanning the airwaves on Twitter, picking up gossip and passing it on, as you do, when something happened which could have knocked me down with a feather.
This, in fact:
Rover is a great favourite of mine. Assuming the simultaneous personae of a cat and an arch criminal, it is never long before followers start calling him ‘Boss’. We, his devotees, are Twitter henchmen. Twenchmen.
Rover is also Sarah. Sarah E Smith, the writer of The End of The Pier Affair. A book which combines my favourite locations and all the intrigue of a classic thriller,with a writer’s voice which draws you in immediately. Very English, extremely straightforward. And extremely more-ish.
And back to Shorty Awards: coveted amongst those who haunt cyberspace, they honour the very best of Social Media. And I have my own Shorty page. Thanks to Rover, who is a first class operator. Thanks, Boss.
Anyhow: despite the fact I am a very small wheel in an extremely awesomely large machine, I have industriously prepared a biography and a mission statement and – stepping outside my comfort zone once again, following the Wayfarer award – a campaign video.
Can you still call them videos?
And so, with apologies for the Mememememememe-ness of this post, here is a short film entitled All About Me so you can pop over to my Shorty page – Blofelds_cats – here – and cast a nomination in my direction.
And now: enough about me. Lets watch a Prezi – use the arrows at the bottom of the screen to navigate through.
Sharing of any kind would be most excellent.
To see the Prezi click here: http://prezi.com/hcy3_maagq0i/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
Or for YouTubers, (links not live!):