Twitter went offline on Tuesday morning and users in Africa, United Kingdom, USA, Japan and Europe were unable to read or send tweets.
Tweeps were complaining about their favourite social network but there was no Twitter to complain about it on.
CapeTalk/702’s Redi Tlhabi on Wednesday asked listeners of what they did when Twitter went offline:
When technology is down it is beautiful because we go back to being people again.— Luke, caller in Johannesburg
Listen to the full conversation on The Redi Tlhabi Show:
Social media takes a lot of time away from loved ones.— Manda, caller in Randburg
Literally every two minutes I am on social media… I can’t function, I even Whatsapp and Facebook in church— Lindi, caller in Centurion
Here are some of the twitter responses to the topic:
@RediTlhabi social networks don't run my life, i was once addicted bt now i can go for few days days without them. i read a lot of books now— Lusapho (@SapoKazField) January 20, 2016
@RediTlhabi im addicted to social networks... my mom takes my phone the minute I go back home ..she says im crazy wen im on my phone— Molobedu (@DavidGaffane) January 20, 2016
@RediTlhabi I 'm loving this thing called tweeter. I confess I 'm addicted to it eish I can't even work.— Thami (@ThamiMkwanazi) January 20, 2016
This article first appeared on 702 : Can Tweeps survive a day without Twitter?