There’s still hope for humanity. Love Will Conquer is a website that maps Tweets with the world LOVE or HATE in real time onto a beautiful 3D tree. Interested in knowing people’s feeling in Brazil or Italy? Pick your favorite country and watch the tree growing. It’s good to see that love always conquers.
Tilda Swinton. That’s really all I need to say and your head fills with images, right? She’s a force to be reckoned with, a true chameleon, and she is perfect in whatever form she adopts. She’s always unmistakably … Tilda. The Tweets in this account capture her preternatural essence beautifully, cleverly, and at times hilariously. […]
‘We pat your groin. We see you naked. We’re the doormen to the sky. Why? Because everybody is a terrorist.’ The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has a bad rep, and the parody TSA account on Twitter mocks the agency expertly and hilariously. Interactive marketing specialist Andrew Davis has been behind this for two whole years, with no sign of slowing down.
Psst, we’re launching a new website soon: TweetSwap.com, where you can swap Tweets, grow your web traffic, and your Twitter audience at the same time. To register interest in finding out more, simply go to the website and leave your email address. The best of the web is ready to be Tweeted to your audience.
The South American camelid equivalent of Lana Del Rey is on Twitter, and it had us at ‘it’s ewe, it’s ewe, it’s all for ewe’. Boy, does it have a lot to spit out about the fashion world, the music scene and its llama roots. Plus, judging from its Instagram shots, the immaculately-styled Llama oozes just as much old-school charm as its human counterpart singer with the really big lips and really big hair, if not more.
Everyone needs good PR. Even Darth Vadar, the most evil bloke in the universe with a cloak and helmet head but no helmet hair. Whoever’s behind the Death Star PR Twitter account purports he or she is here to set things straight about the rubbish people say about the Galactic Empire, thus the ballistic tweets like ‘Anakin wasn’t trying to kill Obi-Wan on Mustafar.
That Can Be My Next Tweet! is a website that generates tweets based on words and phrases stripped from your Twitter account. When I tried it out, I was given the suggestion ‘Looking for a man? Be a Cash Shredding Alarm Clock.’ It’s a clever insight into your tweeting habits, with huge points for creativity.
#firstworldproblems is a popular hashtag that’s never quite gone out of fashion on Twitter. The whining is all meant to be a bit tongue-in-cheek in a ‘poor me, but I’m not really suffering’ way. So when DDB New York got Haitians to stand around in their spartan surroundings and read out first world problems in […]
Originally set up to promote an e-commerce store stocking horse-themed ebooks, Horse e_books has taken on a life of its own with its steady daily sprout of nonsensical and often oddly interrupted tweets that range from the irate (e.g. ‘TO RELAX WITH FRIENDS HOW TO RELAX WITH FRIENDS HOW TO RELAX WITH FRIENDS HOW TO […]
The Curiosity Rover is on Twitter, and uh, this is where it gets tricky: its dyslexic clone is also on Twitter. The Curiosity Rover’s tweets are great in a geeky sort of way (pictures of Mars! hi-res videos!) and it even does some camera-whoring, but the clone, while it has just a fraction of the […]
‘I used to be an unemployed twentysomething still living at home’, declares @KimJongNumberUn on his Twitter bio. ‘Now I have nuclear weapons. It’s all good, yo’. The faux Twitter feed of North Korea’s current supreme leader is voraciously updated with random tweets, most of which are quite epic.
Everyone’s on Twitter, and now it looks like the Universe has an account, too. Well, okay, it’s just the doing of some astute smartypants who has decided to troll unwitting tweeters who use the Universe’s name in vain with ERRATIC REPLIES IN BLARING LOUD CAPS. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
I’m late to the game. I’ve just discovered the Twitter home of Tim Siedell, a creative director from Nebraska whose offhand and witty tweets consistently earns him a top spot on all these Feeds to Follow lists by the likes of TIME Magazine and Paste Magazine. He had me at ‘Too lazy for Hamburger Helper? […]
From the ‘what ever happened to’ files comes The Notificator, a short lived robot messenger which allowed users to leave direct messages for people in order to ‘cancel appointments or inform friends of their whereabouts’. To use The Notificator, which was installed in select locations in London in 1935, people would write a message on […]
Astute observations about life (‘Trying to explain what a harpsichord is to a worm. Waste of time”). Escapades that range from the banal (“Feeding gammon to a poorly falcon’) to the surreal (‘Sucking noodles off a whore’s pyjamas’). He’s a bit of a scallywag, this Gus. But you’ve got to love a fox with attitude.