I finally caved and joined Twitter

As you all know, or should know, the Charley Project has its own Twitter account, run by a historian named Sean who lives in, I think, Oregon. It tweets about one or two random Charley cases every day or so.

Well, a few days ago I finally created my own personal Twitter account, with the username meggy_head. (That’s one of Michael’s myriad of nicknames for me. All the good ones were already taken.) I’m not tweeting much about missing persons on there; in fact, so far I haven’t mentioned the Charley Project at all. It’s just my own random thoughts and links I find interesting and stuff like that. So far I have a whopping 12 followers.

So check it out if you want, and follow me if you feel like reading my occasional reflections and opinions on topics such as language, history, and current events.

4 thoughts on “I finally caved and joined Twitter

  1. Jan Z March 22, 2013 / 10:15 pm

    I’m on Twitter, but I really haven’t much of an understanding of how it works. I might have to take a 1/2 hour class at the library on Twitter. If I were a teen, I’m sure I’d be a pro at it. LOL.

    • Meaghan March 22, 2013 / 10:21 pm

      Your library offers a class on how to do Twitter? I think mine only offers classes on how to do your taxes and how to apply for college financial aid.

  2. Jan Z March 23, 2013 / 1:10 pm

    We can sign up for a free 1/2 hour to be tutored on whatever computer issue we desire. It’s a very nice thing.

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