From the Daily Caller:
By Jim Treacher
March 11, 2012
Every once in a while, usually on a Friday night, Andrew Breitbart would play Twitter DJ, tweeting links to YouTube videos of songs he liked. As I recall, it was mostly ’80s, mostly British. It was a different side of him than the one most people saw, particularly his enemies. At first I thought it was a goof to spite the people who were always screaming at him — “Oh yeah? I’m an evil fascist, am I? Here, eat some STYLE COUNCIL.” — but it was just him sharing stuff he genuinely liked. It was great.
All day today, 24 of his friends are taking an hour each to play songs on Twitter in his memory, with the hashtag #DJBreitbart. I’m honored to be one of them. It’s the perfect way to pay tribute to a guy who understood the Internet and social media better than pretty much anybody, and who set the standard for the rest of us going forward.
And in case you haven’t noticed, we are going forward.
If you’re not a Twitter person or you just want to catch up, the whole thing is being archived at http://djbreitbart.in/.
Thanks again, Andrew.
Crowded House – Don’t Dream It’s Over
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