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As Twitter heads into its eighth year, the social network thought it might be a good idea for users go to take a back in time to their first tweet. How? With a new handy tool of course.
“In 2006, people began to say a little something on Twitter through 140-character bursts of plain text,” Twitter said on its blog today.
Eight years later, the network wants to thank its users for their loyalty and support by letting them revisit their very first moments (or words) on Twitter.
“You can celebrate your #FirstTweet, too. Using this Tweet tool, you can look back to find your very first Tweet — or for that matter, anyone else’s. Just type in your @username, or that of anyone — your best pal, favorite comedian, a star or a president,” said the post.
So go reminisce about your first moments on Twitter.
Below are some first tweets:
just setting up my twttr
— Jack Dorsey (@jack) March 21, 2006
"Hello World." Hard at work on my foundation letter – publishing on 1/25.
— Bill Gates (@BillGates) January 19, 2010
Discovered the American Visionary Arts Museum in Baltimore — extremely cool in terms of art and its philosophies (http://www.avam.org/)
— marissamayer (@marissamayer) July 21, 2009
— memeburn (@memeburn) January 13, 2010
Looking 4 food
— Om Malik (@om) July 15, 2006
Drinking tea @ work
— Kevin Rose (@kevinrose) January 18, 2007