IF U Marry Me – I’ll be "a-twitter" — Twitter’s First Marriage Proposal

We are increasingly linked together by electronics in ways we can only just barely begin to comprehend. And as I jumped into twitter for a moment this morning… I saw this tweet from @xoost — and followed it to Mashable, which said:

Max Kiesler has proposed to Emily Chang over Twitter (took him fifteen years, sheesh). And she said yes!

Is this legit? Is it real? It could be!

And if it is not, I can guarantee this… it will be!

And remember, although we use electronics to communicate, there is still a need for face to face interaction… don't think we'll be making babies via twitter any time soon!

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2 thoughts on “IF U Marry Me – I’ll be "a-twitter" — Twitter’s First Marriage Proposal

  1. That’s the great thing about Twitter.

    You’ve given me courage now to ask Kathy Schrock to marry me.

  2. I’ve read of cases where people have proposed in a blog post or in an IM. Why not over Twitter? Certainly not much different from putting the offer up on the big screen at a basketball game.

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