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- Sad tweets are grabbed from Twitter and illustrated via pictures from Flickr. Sometimes the pictures and the text are not a perfect match. Other times the matches seem profound.
- twitQA is a place where you can see followers interacting with each other in a most knowledgeable way. Everything is asked, answered and discussed by people like you.
- Linkalope uses the Twitter API to search for recently shared links on Twitter. The built in zeitgeist pulls the latest trends making it easy to search for sports, movies, tv, celebrities, and more.
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