We all know Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker and we all know after that last scene in The Force Awakens that Hamill has aged a lot. We also all know deep down that he will train Rey, played by Daisy Ridley, to be a Jedi.
I’m really not a fan of talk shows like Jimmy Kimmel Live!, but I am a fan of the celebrities reading mean tweets feature that Kimmel does. It’s great fun to hear the celebs that some of the nasty things being said about them on twitter, and seeing their reactions.
A spoof of that Kimmel gag has turned up on YouTube that has people dressed up as video game characters reading mean tweets about them.
Here’s a fun gift for archeology and history buffs. Dumb Cuneiform turns English tweets or any message with 140 characters or less into cuneiform inscriptions on actual clay tablets. Your thoughts on pumpkin spice will be immortalized.
These are the Star Wars emojis you are looking for. You probably know that the 2015 Star Wars Celebration is happening right now in Anaheim, CA. In honor of the festivities, I am pleased to tell you that Twitter has teamed up with Star Wars: The Force Awakens to create emoji exclusive to Twitter.
Here’s a perfect Holiday gift for the Twitter addict. DJ and journalist Ben Gomori is raising funds on Kickstarter for the HashKey, a USB keyboard that only has a hash key. I bet Facebook is envious no one’s come up with an actual Like button.
Ben’s proof of concept HashKey has an aluminum case and goes well with MacBooks, but the commercial version of HashKey will have a plastic case to keep it affordable.
You only have to spend about four seconds on a social network to realize that many of the people you know there are very annoying. You know the sort who post useless tweets constantly or invite you to play a game on Facebook because they authorized the app to post on their behalf.
Christmas may be over, but there’s always next year. And if it is treats under the tree and tweets on the tree that you want, you can prepare for next December right now. Instructables member Gelotology will show you how to make this Tweetball.
Remember the days when ticker tapes would continuously churn out stock prices? Unless you’re somebody’s great grandparent, probably not. People have gone paperless these days, rendering these machines pretty much useless. Or are they?
You are what you wear. Sometimes, you can send the loudest of messages without saying a single word. You can let your clothes do all the talking instead.
For example, take the Twitter Dress developed by creative agency Deportivo.
Man, the TSA can suck. Who knew that going from point A to point B would ever become such a nightmare. Yeah, this isn’t the same country that many of us grew up in. Our rights mean very little these days it seems.