Back on Dec. 10 I urged you to check out Modern Seinfeld, a novelty Twitter account that asks: "What if Seinfeld were still on the air?" At the time, it was less than 24 hours old and had already been followed by 28,000 fans. That's now up to almost half a million ... and the funny it just keeps on flowing.
Since few of you can read 304 tweets about a television show that last aired in 1998 -- and call that reading work -- I have plucked out what I consider to be the 15 best that involve technology in some form or another. Enjoy.
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- 2013’s 25 Geekiest 25th Anniversaries
- “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” theme song on phone locks down school.
- Hospital unresponsive to multiple alerts about stolen data
- Notification of .edu server breach mistaken for phishing email.
- Oxford overreacts to phishing, blocks Google Docs.
- The pleasure of finding things out about Richard Feynman.
- Reddit brings down Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
- Press, bloggers fall for iPhone cup holder ‘joke’
- You can lead an anchorman to Twitter, but you can’t make him tweet.
- Unlucky Vegas guy besieged by lost-phone seekers.
- 2013 is the first year since 1987 to …
- Cisco VP to memo leaker: Finding you is “now my hobby.”