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Writing tagged twitter

  1. w/e 2022-11-13

    Dry Cleaning’s Stumpwork; re-writing a Django app; raking more leaves; Twitter, Mastodon, MetaFilter, and TypePad; four 1980s Éric Rohmer films; jelly bags.

  2. w/e 2022-11-06

    A pheasant; pond leaves; Good Night and Good Riddance by David Cavanagh; Twitter, MetaFilter and TypePad; Drive My Car; and Community season five.

  3. w/e 2022-10-30

    Martha’s Please Don’t Take Me Back, The Flames of Injustice, Cloudflare failure, Le Père de mes enfants, Red Road, Farewell Amor, and Cinema Paradiso.

  4. w/e 2021-06-20

    ME REX, re-stacking the log shed, a successful tweet, Mystery Road season two, and Together.

  5. w/e 2020-11-15

    The Burning Hell, Audio Science Review, and Twitter threads.

  6. Nothing or all

    On Craig Mod discussing writing about the benefits of automatically deleting tweets

  7. A wonky barter

    How am I doing with giving up Facebook, Instagram and Twitter?

  8. f/e 12 August 2018

    ‘Keeping Faith’, ‘The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer’, some Ask MetaFilter questions, and Twitter vs Mastodon.

  9. What isn’t an Incredible Journey?

    Is Twitter’s closure of Vine an Incredible Journey?

  10. A good morning on Twitter

    Some good stuff from Twitter over breakfast.

  11. The Twelescreen code

    About the code I wrote to make Twelescreen, and what else it can do.

  12. Twelescreen

    I made a big-screen Twitter client devoted to showing Tweets from the UK and US governments and security forces because the Tweets seem scary.

  13. A map for every day

    I’ve made maps of my activity for every day, using tweets, Foursquare check-ins and Flickr photos.

  14. Time to follow Samuel Pepys

    If you’re ever going to follow Samuel Pepys on Twitter you should start now.

  15. Twittering betimes

    Samuel Pepys is on Twitter but doesn’t have many friends. Here’s why you should be his friend.

  16. Liking something the wrong way

    I was banned from a Flickr user’s photos for favouriting them too often.