We stumbled across an interesting article in The Sunday Times Magazine last weekend, it’s an endearing story about a young man inheriting his Grandfather’s war memorabilia. In the collection was a book of short, sharp dairy entries which documented Private Ross Taylor’s experiences throughout this testing period of time. Intriguingly, they never exceeded 140 characters, and we all know the relevance of that don’t we.
At Lightbulb stories like this about social media really excite us. As you already know we are huge Twitter fans and this is just another example of how it’s being used – and in this instance, it’s reliving history from one man’s point of view, for all the world to see.
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