"Robert Inglis" <>
Wed, 11 Nov 2009 13:55:28 +1000
I would think that Feeding a whole lot of RSS to a bunch of Twitching Tweeters on Twitter could
create a Hashtag of any Twichathon.
But I can't help wondering what the real purpose of a Tweeting Twichathon would
Would it be to record the greatest number of tweetie-bird species or the greatest number of
short-and-sweet Tweets to the greatest number of different Tweeting Twitchers?
The thought of it leaves me all a twitchin' and a twemblin'!
Tweeeeeeet! (Do I hear the call of the near extinct -and fading fast -
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