#FollowFriday – @VividMuse: Mother, Gamer, Podcaster, and Girl Who Rules!

by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor on August 6, 2010 · 0 comments

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This week I’d like to tell you about one of the hardest working, but most unassuming people I follow on Twitter. She is a mother to two sons by a previous marriage, a wife to her lucky husband @Choochus, step-mom to Chooch’s son, an avid online gamer, the co-host of the Into the Blender podcast, and the host of the new Girls’ Rules podcast. She has lent her vocal talents to a variety of podcasts as a voice actor, and maintains a personal blog at vividmuse.com. Folks, I give you @VividMuse.

And for the most part, I’m going to have to tell you what she is like on Twitter. Although Viv is well worth following, she keeps her Twitter feed locked, which means that you’ll have to convince her to let you in if you want to see what she says. Hey, it’s her feed and her right.  Of course you could subscribe to the two podcasts she is a part of to get a feel for how she communicates and if you’d like to hear more.

On Twitter, Viv is usually warm and compassionate, unless someone or something has ticked her off. She frequently tweets about the decadent delights that she cooks for her family. If some of this stuff is only half as good as it sounds, it will still be amazing. She is easy to engage and has a good sense of humor. Viv is also one of the strongest people that I know. She has suffered from some medical problems in the past year that frequently have her in pain, and have prevented her from working, yet her outlook on life is usually upbeat, and despite the problems she has had she continues to put herself out there for her family and friends. She is a really nifty lady.

This coming week is a writing week for me as I continue to try to rebuild my buffer. But there may be an editorial or two before next week’s Follow Friday. In the mean time, there is still August’s poll! Have you voted? And on the 16th Tee Morris and I will be back for another look at Twitter applications for the iPad. See you then!

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