Back in October, we asked Clark when he first realized the kind of impact social media can have when it comes to amplifying the impact of an issue of a story. "It would be difficult to pinpoint a single moment," he replied. "Being a journalist on social media over the last decade has been like standing on the beach as the tide comes in. Its rise was imperceptible at first, and all of a sudden we're knee-deep."
As for the often-sardonic feel of his tweets, Clark stresses that he's not trying to create an alter ego. "I'd hope my writing on social media reflects how I communicate on air and in everyday life," he noted. "I think it's pretty easy to tell when a journalist is pretending to be someone else, whether on air or online."
With that in mind, here are ten hits of pure, uncut Clark. Count them down below, beginning with a post about beating a dead horse — specifically a Bronco. To follow him on Twitter, click here.
Let the Broncos postgame analysis begin! pic.twitter.com/cRPEA3LWQL— Kyle Clark (@KyleClark) October 22, 2017
A stubborn case of the man flu. My wife says I need to suck it up and I'll be fine. When I die, that'll show her. https://t.co/FYWdlZ29UJ— Kyle Clark (@KyleClark) December 4, 2017
Early adopters of Denver’s Green Roof Initiative pic.twitter.com/pkhoztmcIZ— Kyle Clark (@KyleClark) November 8, 2017
Fun fact: Studies show compounds in marijuana can actually improve bladder function. https://t.co/OJwSOLMya4— Kyle Clark (@KyleClark) November 13, 2017