HUMANS OF TUCSON: this graffito was discovered in your city by The Daily Show field team.
I AM HONORED AND AMAZED AND AFRAID.
NOW: would you like to see what it looks like when that face talks and moves?
THEN PLEASE COME SEE ME AT THE RIALTO THEATER this Saturday, March 3 at 7PM.
NOT ONLY MY FAT FACE WILL APPEAR, but also my WHOLE FAT BODY, talking, singing, playing the ukulele, and welcoming:
THE FAMOUS ROCK STAR JOHN RODERICK as my special guest.
PLEASE CONSIDER THIS OFFER. It is bona fide, and tickets are available HERE.
AND IF YOU HAVE A BLOG OR PODCAST in the Tucson area and wish to discuss matters with me, please contact me on hodgman (at) maximumfun (dot) org.
AND PLEASE FEEL FREE to RE-TWEET and RE-TUMBL this entreaty, as it is SINCERE!
THAT IS ALL.
“Twitter Inc. has acknowledged that after mobile users tap the “Find friends” feature on its smartphone app, the company downloads users’ entire address book, including names, email addresses and phone numbers, and keeps the data on its servers for 18 months.
Read more on the LA Times: Twitter stores full iPhone contact list for 18 months, after scan.
Sounds like Path was only the tip of the iceberg on this whole privacy thing.