Dan E. created a Facebook email thread that contains 547,453 messages.
Paul (Pabs) Melia had 50 imaginary telephone conversations using different, non-telephone objects in 30 seconds.
Grace Barajas and her friend spoke on their cell phones non-stop for 16
hours, 45 minutes, and nine seconds.
D. Goulet and his friends created a Gmail chain 101 emails in
Jordyn called her friend and had a phone conversation that lasted 0.30 seconds.
Craig Morrison and Sam Stilson of The Record Collection had a morse
code conversation using vuvuzelas that was 20 characters in
Joel West and Richie Knucklez had a phone conversation that lasted one hour, 38 minutes, 22.00 seconds.
A total of 50 students from iD Tech Camps at UC Berkeley had imaginary phone conversations at once.
This year’s Social Good Summit sparked a record-setting global conversation on using social media and technology for good. The summit united people participating online and in-person in nearly 300 cities, including New York, Beijing, and Nairobi, around one goal: unlocking the potential of social media and technology to make the world a better place. The gathering took place as world leaders gathered to kick-off the UN General Assembly, opening the dialogue about world issues and challenges to a global constituency
They set the record during the Social Good Summit 2012, a three-day conference about new ideas and innovative solutions, in New York City. RecordSetter CTO Corey Henderson was present to adjudicate the attempt. Read more about the feat here.
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