For almost 30 years, Glyn Moody has been writing on copyright, digital rights, and the Internet.
Creators can add their work to #SelfPromoteSaturday threads, like and retweet it. We can all retweet them. As a result, we discover what projects are underway, who is taking commissions and what talent is out there.
He used an app to block thousands of followers of a “scumbag serial harasser”.
Twitter has begun deleting some of the most extreme posts from GamesFest, a UK RPG convention.
At first, the D&D quoting museum expressed surprise. And then they retaliated.
A sign of a good and healthy community is not just its diversity but that people are willing to step forward and identify themselves. On Twitter, the very respected game designer Kenneth Hite recognised that he couldn’t name any female freelancers comfortable with tackling 5e mechanical design. All he did was ask people to tag […]
James Breakwell, aka @XplodingUnicorn, has over 1 million followers on Twitter and is the author of the hugely popular Only Dead on the Inside: A Parent’s Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. He has four daughters under the age of seven and this weekend he played D&D with them. I played Dungeons and Dragons with […]
Geek Native is active on a number of social channels. If you’re not interested skip to the bottom to enjoy some stunning art from freelancer artist Maxime B that’s surfaced by CGHub.com when you search for Twitter. Twitter is the fastest blog to social network connection there is with a tweet going out within 15 […]
You know Twitter. Even if you’re not on the platform; you’ll have writing and gamer friends on it. This blog has an account at @GeekNative and its used to share writing and connect with readers. You might not know that this year Twitter is running a #TwitterFiction Festival. You’ve until February 5th to submit your […]
Thanks for visiting the blog. There’s a growing community here and it’s great that you’ve stopped on by. If dropping the RSS Feed into a Google Reader alternative like Feedly is not your favoured way of staying in touch here are some suggestions. #1: Watch on Twitter by following @GeekNative. There’s limited chat from this […]