It began when Creative Review invited me to edit their Twitter account for the day.
I took the opportunity of tweeting to 374,000 people to launch what I hoped would be an interesting conversation.
This was the initial blog post I wrote explaining it all – also adapted here for Creative Review.
- Contributions began to come in on Twitter. First, a website. A very bad website.
Next, a Dutch pun. Apparently not a good one.
- This was my confession. (Throughout this story, you can click on any of the images to see the full version in a more readable way.)
And this tale from Sue Asbury involved some ethnically sensitive balloons:
Michael Johnson of @johnsonbanks upped the stakes with an admirable confession involving bower birds, brushstrokes and The Matrix – full story on his blog.
Meanwhile @BurtonReed proceeded to upload half his portfolio.
Another early contribution came from Stuart Watson of Venture Three, who confessed to an unfortunate case of student plagiarism involving a lion.