Tweet the question?

Wired reports that someone has “popped the question” on Twitter <link>.

“A San Francisco web designer used Twitter to pop the question Thursday, asking his co-worker to marry him in what looks like might be the microblogging service’s first-ever second marriage proposal.

Max Kiesler’s sweet tweet at 3:13 a.m. Thursday: “To @emilychang – After fifteen years of blissful happiness I would like to ask for your hand in marriage?” “

Emily Chang’s reply, a minute later: “@maxkiesler – yes, i do.”

The crossings out are because they’ve had to update the story with this.

UPDATE: Stephanie Sullivan of W3Conversions e-mailed Friday to report that she and her fiancee, Greg Rewis, got engaged March 2 via Twitter. The couple live in different cities and travel constantly, so the tweet engagement made sense for them.”

ParisLemon also reports the story <link>

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  1. 1 Tweet the question?

    […] Frank X Daly wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptWired reports that someone has “popped the question” on Twitter <link>. “A San Francisco web designer used Twitter to pop the question Thursday, asking his co-worker to marry him in what looks like might be the microblogging service’s first-ever second marriage proposal. Max Kiesler’s sweet tweet at 3:13 a.m. Thursday: “To @emilychang – After fifteen years of blissful happiness I would like to ask for your hand in marriage?” “ Emily Chang’s reply, a minute later: “@maxkiesler – yes, i do.” The crossings out are because they’ve had to update the story with this. “UPDATE: Stephanie Sullivan of W3Conversions e-mailed Friday to report that she and her fiancee, Greg Rewis, got engaged March 2 via Twitter. The couple live in different cities and travel constantly, so the tweet engagement made sense for them.” ParisLemon also reports the story <link> […]




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