The rest (yes, there’s more!) is on http://www.thefastertimes.com/blog/2012/04/13/waiting-4-godot-by-sambeckett2012/
The Internet. TweetDeck. Morning.
@esty: U there?
@vlad: I’m here.
@esty: No not U, I was tweeting 2 him. Any sign of him?
@vlad: Not a tweet out of him.
@esty: Maybe he tweeted & U missed it?
@vlad: If he tweeted I’d know. Been here on TweetDeck 4ever. Besides, I checked his profile. Zero tweets.
@esty: Zero? Still? Why did he bother 2 join Twitter?
@vlad: Maybe he didn’t. Could B some1 using his name. No way 2 know 4 sure.
@esty: What do we do now? Should we leave the TweetDeck? Come back later?
@vlad: But what if he tweets & we R not there to read it? Better not leave. Nothing 2 B done but wait.
@esty: But we should do something. While we have the chance. What if I DM him?
@vlad: How can U DM him if he’s not following U?
@esty: How do U know he’s not following me?
Warren wrote a piece on The Faster Times blog yesterday in honor of Samuel Beckett’s birthday that re-imagines the play “Waiting for Godot” in the age of Twitter - it’s called “Waiting 4 @godot” (And don’t miss the Beckettization of Charlie Rose link below):