I’m still skeptical about the long-term for Twitter, but there is no denying it’s a useful way to learn who is out there following the blog. And for OKC Central, the answer is, refreshingly, a broad mix that spans generations and backgrounds. It’s especially thrilling to find out they include a high school student who is an aspiring filmmaker and other younger readers.
As an aside to all this, I’ll be up and running some more blog posts today. I’ve been out of the office the past couple days, taking care of a toddler with a stomach bug. And yeah, that can be kind of distracting.
In the meantime, my best friend and co-author, Jack Money, is no longer with The Oklahoman but he’s still out there writing. He has a great post on the history of downtown’s one-way streets at our private website, www.okchistory.com. What Jack discovered is that the city has been going back and forth on one-way strets a lot longer than one might guess.
Have a great day and watch the weather – the latest report indicates snow and ice might come in before the drive home.