WooTO, HoHoTO and Electric Xmas 2

Last updated on March 20th, 2021 at 12:13 pm

Tweetup. Definition: An event where people come together to meet and have fun, often knowing nothing about each other save the fact that all attendees are Twitter users. This December had three of them that were all fun for their own reasons:

  • WooTO: December 14th;
  • HoHoTO: December 16th;
  • Electric Christmas 2: December 20th.

Christmas is always a busy season: buying gifts, going to parties, planning out where you need to be—this year was exceptionally busy as I started to get my tweet on. There’s so much going on in the T-Dot that I never knew about before I started hitting up tweetups and getting better in touch with my digital side. Been a great couple of months 😊

Let me tell you what you missed if you didn’t get a chance to drop in!

Merry Christmas! Now what’s next?

Last updated on October 30th, 2020 at 11:40 pm

Hey, y’all—so a quick video update about what’s up with moi and my blogs before sleeping for Christmas Day. You might be wondering why I’m wearing a toque indoors. Actually, you probably don’t even care, but let me tell you. When I was younger, I tried to open my window in the winter to get the snow off of it, not realizing that the window was locked. Broke the window mechanism—it’ll open now only if I push it out a little first—but I’ve also noticed that as the years pass, my room is more and more affected by the elements outdoors—more so than any other room in the house. I’ve probably cost my parents a fortune in energy bills. Oy.

Anyway, check the message and have a great Christmas. More bloggage coming soon! Probably after I wake up. And eat breakfast. And open presents. And call my Grandma long-distance, since she’s in Jamaica. Yes. This is how I roll.

–case p.

The HoHoTO 2010 Rap

Last updated on March 21st, 2021 at 12:14 am

So a little while back, I promised (perhaps foolishly) a HoHoTO rap that would be done after attending the event. Well—here you go, guys! I followed through with it and got it done! Let’s take a look at what it took

Note: We got to $62K in the end, so my facts were a little outdated. My bad.

Creating a HoHoTO Rap

Step 1: Go to HoHoTO – check!

Step 2: Write several pages of lyrics about the event and how fun it was:

The HoHoTO Rap | Planning the Lyrics

Check!

Step 3 – Rap it! CHECK!

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