FTOTW River

This page is continuously updated from Sukumar’s tweet stream and contains all the FTOTW style links as explained here. If you want to peruse only the tweets for a particular level 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or from a particular contributor or from a particular month, please use the filter features below.  The filter has been set to default to current month, all levels and all contributors.

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No.Tweet Wings Contributor Date
1~ brilliant post by @stephsmithio must read. https://t.co/1cBIa7smEz - Original Tweet 3 stephsmithio 2021-09-24 06:51:57
2Pīlu: Harappan Elephant-word’s voyage to Mesopotamia and its Dravidian ... https://t.co/Dfd0egau5v ~ brilliant lecture by @bahatanadi1 on her own recent paper. Thnx for organizing @rmrlsundar - Original Tweet 3 bahatanadi1 2021-09-22 06:51:23
3Ever wondered why the hyperlinks are blue? https://t.co/E9r97CGCXL ~ brilliant & fascinating journey through web history /Via @waxy [TC 1888] - Original Tweet 3 waxy 2021-09-02 07:51:51

Last updated on:24-Sep-2021 6:51:57


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  1. Quora trackbacked Posted June 19, 2014, 10:53 am

    What are the techniques and tools to collect all your tweets and retweets and store them (for study later)?

    I started a curation project a couple of years ago to curate interesting articles for my followers on twitter. I then wanted for my own records a weekly digest of all the curated links and post it on my blog for my benefit and for my blog followers ben…

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