Twitter Shenanigans – #CMSAsRoadSign

Thankfully this one was shortlived, though it did add a nice visual touch for a change (if I do say so myself). The rule in this case was that all of the photos had to be personally shot by the author of the tweet.

Unlike previous shenanigans, this one is in increasing chronological order.

Who / When What Editorial Comment by Moi
@pmonks
2012-04-13 09:35:32
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Documentum
A little obvious perhaps, but the inspiration for the meme.
@pmonks
2012-04-13 09:37:32
#CMSAsRoadSign: #FileNet
@pmonks
2012-04-13 09:40:20
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Sharepoint
…or you’ll go blind!
@chris_p_walker
2012-04-13 09:43:07
@pmonks Can I play too? #CMSAsRoadSign #Alfresco
@pmonks
2012-04-13 09:50:21
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Box
My personal fave. Is Box functionally handicapped, or will your business be disabled if you use it?

Probably both!

@pmonks
2012-04-13 09:56:35
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Alfresco
I guess even curmudgeons can be fanbois sometimes…
@pmonks
2012-04-13 10:00:49
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Oracle
@pmonks
2012-04-13 10:06:18
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Nuxeo
Never trust a bunch of dodgy looking French dudes!
@pmonks
2012-04-13 10:09:20
#CMSAsRoadSign: #OpenText
The duct tape holding the sign together speaks volumes…
@pmonks
2012-04-13 10:15:51
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Sharepoint
@pmonks
2012-04-13 10:18:12
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Box
In fact they’re in charge of the asylum!
@pmonks
2012-04-13 10:22:49
#CMSAsRoadSign: #Documentum #FileNet #Sharepoint #OpenText #Oracle #Box #Nuxeo
The perfect punchline for the meme!

In other news, in addition to the utter unreliability of the Twitter Search API, I’ve also discovered that they prevent embedding of tweet images in other sites (including WordPress) – all the more reason to use yfrog et al rather than Twitter’s crappy built in image service.

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