“The media has an image of you, and they want to portray that image – so that’s what they are going to portray,” Johnson said. “They paint you a certain way, and that’s the way they want to portray you. I’ve never worried much about it, because the people I know, (they) know me. But Twitter gives you a chance to control your message a little bit.”
He’s never worried about it, but he’s going to start tweeting to get his real side out there. I can’t wait for some ass to get on his nerves and spark a public Twit snit.
Prediction: somebody at Georgia Tech is going to realize that hiring a “Social Media guy” is a smart idea real, real soon.