Twittering a Bodily Collapse — and a Rescue

A tech marketer saved his nephew; a tech writer was rescued by an ambulance. The Twitterati saw the whole thing.

Twittering a Bodily Collapse — and a Rescue

Tech writer Milo Yiannopoulos tweeted his medical collapse, until the mean old ambulance man insisted he stop. Compassion is truly dead.

Twittering a Bodily Collapse — and a Rescue

Twittering a Bodily Collapse — and a Rescue

Former Tesla exec Darryl Siry waited until after his medical crisis had passed to microblog it.

Twittering a Bodily Collapse — and a Rescue

The Washington Post's Ezra Klein was treated with basic human decency by one of his subjects. Very sneaky, that.

Twittering a Bodily Collapse — and a Rescue

NBC's Dan Abrams, whose new company pays journalists for advice, wants to see our ponies. No. (Not without a consulting fee, at least.)

Twittering a Bodily Collapse — and a Rescue

Jason Pontin of MIT Technology Review couldn't find a press contact at Google. If only the operating system company would develop some sort of effective internet finding-things technology for this kind of problem!



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