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Good, rather great things come in small packages. And the news of Mark Davidson on Twitter is a great one, especially when you are looking for something to make you laugh. Many would have fallen head over heels seeing the 55K followers he has and how many times he has been listed, plus that bio that claims him to be Internet Marketing guru. Until now.

The man had hired ghost writers for his Twitter account to do the hard work of sharing links, replying to people and cutting it short, making him whatever he is across the social media scene. Sadly he fired one of the ghost writers and… forgot to change the password. You know what follows:

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You can follow the guy here and read the timeline while you still can. I have sent a request if I can have the password for the account and share some of our wits too.

Thanks Robin for this one.