Stephen Fry on Twitter and more!

Actor, presenter, raconteur and the man who brought Twitter out of the geek ghetto and into the public eye, Stephen Fry is candid about the impact his gracefully crafted online musings can have. “When I tweet a link it usually gets around two or three thousand requests a second,” he reveals. “Especially if I word it in a way where I really want people to go to a site.” Consequently, if he’s planning to tweet about your site, products or service, you’ll receive a ‘SEVERE’ warning message from his people.

Within this email are instructions you ignore at your peril. “I just have to be very specific, and say: ‘Please go to your web guys and your host and tell them this is the kind of traffic you could get,” Fry explains.

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