The rebirth of satire via Twitter

Sarah As The Bard

Sarah As The Bard

The #ShakesPalin phenomenon is fascinating, and funny. Someone tweeted “Want to refudiate with me?” which inspired me to “refudiate bipression”

Here’s a li newspaper of them:

http://paper.li/tag/ShakesPalin

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Fred is a Teaching Artist, an arts integration advocate & a social justice activist. He is near completing a two-month Residency as String Game Performance Teacher at Calabasas Elementary School in Watsonville, CA, and performed at the 2015 Santa Cruz Storytelling Festival. He also serves as Teacher Consultant for Professional Development with UCSC's Central California Writing Project and as their Technology Liaison to the National Writing Project. He is a Connected Learning Facilitator and coordinates Face To Face Drop Ins on Connected Learning biweekly at Arts Council Santa Cruz County. He teaches self-directed & connected learning via real-world projects & string games through his Original Digital Project, an Associate of the Arts Council.

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One comment on “The rebirth of satire via Twitter
  1. fmindlin says:

    Here’s the New Yorker
    http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2010/07/meme-watch-shakespalin.html
    and my favorite from their list:

    @hauself: The faming of the shrew.

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