Magician and Genii Magazine/GeniiOnline owner Randy Pitchford is perhaps more widely known for his work in video games, and as such his Twitter experience is… unique. In part five of our seven-part interview with at GeniiCon 2017, Randy dives into how he’s transitioned from using Twitter as strictly a place to broadcast information into using it as a way to engage with video game fans and magicians alike.
For more clips from the interview, check out the links below:
Part one: On his start in magic
Part two: On inheriting Genii and bridging the gap between the classical and digital worlds
Part three: On discovering magic in the 21st century: “We have something that’s both worse and better”
Part four: On the two kinds of magicians
Part six: On the most important thing young magicians have: time
Part seven: Randy Pitchford’s first time at the Magic Castle