Have you ever wished the twitter bird could come alive… sit on your window sill and watch you as you tweet away your afternoon? lol…no? Well, how about the Twitter Birdie in 3-D perched atop your computer screen then ?
So, no need to break out the bird seed, but you must admit, its pretty cool right? I found this Twitter Bird Paper Toy at Toy a Day. It is a printable paper toy that you put together yourself.
Download the PDF file here and make your own Twitter Bird toy!
This week on March 25 2010, people in hundreds of cities around the world will come together offline for a Twitter festival and meetup of sorts known as Twestival and create awareness for a very special cause- Concern Worldwide, an organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.
Twestival™ (Twitter Festival) uses social media to bring people together to support various causes and creates awareness for social good. All of the local events are organized 100% by volunteers and 100% of all ticket sales and donations go direct to projects.
Each city and organization hosting a Twestival will be given the opportunity to select an area of education to support. This will be recognized with a special icon on their website once they have set a goal. For as little as $28USD they can provide the uniform, books, pencils, and paper a child needs to attend one year of school. Concern Worldwide are able to guarantee that 100% of Twestival funds will go direct to project costs.
To read more visit Twestival.com
On Twitter You Can Follow @twestival and @concern
With this Twitter Comic I can totally foresee how Twitter will be used now and in the future by all the children in the world to get back at their parents! Ha.. ok not funny… I know…
Comic courtesy of FoxTrot.com
Are you guilty of this?? Retweeting without reading the content first to make sure its quality and something that your followers would like?
We all like to jump on the bandwagon and be the first to push breaking news into the Twitter stream… sometimes though its just a good idea to stop and examine the content first and be an advocate rather than just a retweeting robot with lighting fast hands
Comic Provided by the beautiful people at Hubspot~