13 thoughts on “Desert Island Tweeps

  1. Nice, superlatives for the digital age. I would like to see something along the lines of “Most Informational” or a better way of saying, who provides the most engaging and relevant information via twitter.

  2. Brian – Heh, I thought about “build a perfect tweep,” with “best bio” instead of “best smile,” etc.

    I too would like to see someone do something real with this idea. I think that would involve asking for nominations first, and in the case of coming up with this post, I just didn’t have the time.

  3. Nice idea. I couldn’t bring myself to vote for the best child/baby though. They’re all winners for mastering the keyboard at such an early age.

  4. How about a student category? We seem to have a few of those like @poservarial and @esposimi (my favorite amateur meteorlogist).

  5. The local angle here is why this works so well. Although I’m surprised that no one has done a Twitterverse-wide contest like this over the last year or so, similar to what Mashable did with the Open Web Awards for bloggers.

  6. I hadn’t thought about how well it would or wouldn’t work in a non-local setting. That’s a good observation. And yeah, it is surprising we haven’t seen more of these.

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