#fail Manifesto

I “interrupted” at the Interrupt3 conference at Brown University by offering the audience the chance to collaboratively create a live, real time 5 min Twitter manifesto on writing and new media. Posting with #fail, the manifesto is quite wonderful. Coming home after dinner I was forced to wade through 11 hours of #fail (lots of failure on Twitter) to find the window we had posted in. The end result is about 70 screen shots. I hope to install it at some point. It will likely fill a few feet of wall. Our disparate voices are like needles in the haystack which begs the question of what manifesto means in today’s networked world of social media. fail 75 fail 57 fail 8fail 57fail 75

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