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Thermal Tweeter on roll #10 @dangerousproto

Posted on Monday, July 4th, 2011 in web platforms by Ian

The Thermal Tweeter started its 10th 11th roll of paper.  It’s averaging a roll a day. The Czechs took over this morning though, and we’ll probably use 3 or more rolls today.  Keep it coming.

For more Thermal Tweeter facts see the this post.

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7 Responses to “Thermal Tweeter on roll #10 @dangerousproto”

  1. Uncle says:

    This is a waste of money :) But I like it.

  2. Ian says:

    Where did all you .cz people come from?

  3. redsnakecz says:

    Ian: from The Czech republic :-) Some details here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czech_Republic

    Shame I can’t see the live video at Ustream, my company’s proxy is blocking it …

  4. Ian says:

    lol :) I meant how did you hear about the Tweeter? It’s been kicking out Czech language tweets all day. Is there a big .cz site that featured it?

  5. wana says:

    Ad cz: Nope, it’s been spreading just via twitter since this morning

  6. msr says:

    Ian, are you planning on give some (useful) use to that paper? I think that, in the right hands, it will turn into a nice artwork, maybe :)

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