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By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted June 13, 2012
Get yer tweets out! And say a big hello to the spooks monitoring everything you do. (Check bottom for credits)

If you're into all that social media networking malarkey, you'll be over the moon to learn that you can follow the Rake & Herald on Twitter and Facebook.

In a selfless move to keep the reading public up to date with all the latest goings on at what is still the world's only website, the Rake & Herald has now opened a Twitter account and also unveiled some kind of FaceBook page, where you can probably add us as a friend and then start poking us like a crow with a stick.

"I don't use social network media sites myself so I haven't got a clue what all that means," said editorial assistant Sandi Toxic, interviewing herself for the purpose of this article.

"I don't even know if they're the right hyperlinks so you'd better click on them yourself to find out."

"All I know is when I got in this morning there was a note on my desk saying 'write about us getting one of them Titface pages and you can go home early on Friday'."

"So I did some research on YouTube [here and here] and then started interviewing myself, which is what I'm doing at the moment."

"I think Mr Wahaxah, the web editor, is going to put some little Twitter sign jobbie up on the front page somewhere but the last I heard he was down the park drinking cooking sherry with that tramp Miltov Lamprey."

"There's no one here to even edit this today so I guess I'll just bung it up as is."

Picture credits

Top and thumbnail: Illustration by Ignatius Rake using original images by Ignatius Rake; the US Navy; Knightriderfan; and Alice Markham.

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