Keith Starky Explains Twitter

Daily deep-dive analysis of a specimen from the modern world's most exciting communication medium for penis humor.

Keith Starky is a leading researcher in the field of Advanced Sparse-Tree Social Networking Systems from Washington Polytechnical Institute in Indianapolis, Indiana. This "weblog" is part of his ongoing research in humor propagation and fluid reputation dynamics.

Please contact him at explainingtwitter@gmail.com with any questions you might have.

Returning Very Soon

Kip here again. The Prof is finally starting to feel better. His skin is healing nicely from all of the road rash he suffered during his Canadian border-crossing disaster from a few weeks ago, and he’s excited to get his research going again. He’s afraid everybody stopped reading this a long time ago. It’s not actually true; we’re down to about fifteen “tumblr followers” again, which any mathematician will tell you is WAY bigger than zero. Like CRAZY bigger than zero.

Would you fifteen guys mind writing the Professor a note or a card or something asking him to come back? The University doesn’t let him get mail anymore (after the whole incident with that “lady”) so you’ll just have to pretend to send it to him, like you would with letters to Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny or the Ghost of President Hoover. But just like those fictional monsters, the very much non-fictional Professor will be able to feel the good feelings rising from your cards and notes like cartoon stink-lines of karma tragicomically entering his giant inhaling karmanose. Thank you so much.

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