Edward Snowden wakes up Search gurus in a hilarious Twitter clapback

Edward Snowden wakes up Search gurus in a hilarious Twitter.jpgsignature422fe16b6bb46d174fe5d59afc3d5c6c

I don’t usually go over Twitter locks like news, but not every day the world’s most famous blower gets into weaving with underground regulators all examined.

Let me reiterate: Edward Snowden, everyone's favorite technology critic, posted a seemingly outrageous post on Twitter today saying he was disappointed with the current state of internet research:

In what appears to this reporter to be a bit of a weirdo, Barry Schwartz mentioned Snowden and called on search engine associate and Google employee Danny Sullivan to pick the case:

I don't understand exactly what's going on here, but it looks like marketing. All I know is that Edward Snowden did not get any part of it.

Background: I should make it clear that when I refer to Schwartz and Sullivan as underground rulers, I pay tribute to them. They are experts in what they do - that is search marketing or buzzword integration or something. Nobody knows!

But Edward Snowden's boldness against slipping words is a vision when he expands on his first response with bullet points, suggestions, and preemptive responses to vague excuses. It's really an art thing and, as I don't have a horse in this race, I hope to see more of it.

Research marketing. SEO. Jargon. Whatever. If you are reading this because someone at TNW was discovering the secret handshake to get Google's search algorithm to build us for this news circle, good for Google and TNW.

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But I'm not sure if I should be asking the next generation of journalists to take marketing or communications courses. Think of me in the Snowden corner for this bout.

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