Twitter Magnets: Use Virtual Magnets to Compose Tweet

Twitter Magnets: Use Virtual Magnets to Compose Tweet

Range Govindan
Apr 29, 2009

If you've finally caught up in the Twitter rage, then you must have started typing away on your cell phone or laptop, trying to come up with interesting tweets. I've read today that 60% of Twitter users quit using the service after a month. This isn't something new and the fact of the matter is that Twitter has been around for a few years. We found this web app pretty cool.

If you love Twitter, than you might also enjoy playing around with these virtual magnets from Twitter Magnets. On this site, you get a bunch of words to arrange into a tweet. You can swap out your words for another set. Once you have completed your tweet, you can post it on your own Twitter account or to @tweetermagnets. This is a neat little web app that combines fridge magnets and Twitter into a new experience.

The app actually replaces having to get word magnets or letter magnets, arranging them by hand, and then uploading them in some fashion onto your account. Using the app is a lot easier and it works pretty well. The fact that you also are imposed a series of words makes writing a tweet challenging. The tweets that you create this way are closer to poetry than anything else. It's kind of like creating a haiku.[via One Floor Up]

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