Today I would like to share offline access to Tippy, and mobile touch icons for quick access from your home screen.
The next time you launch Tippy, your phone will download all the application files to local storage, and they will be available whether you are online or offline until the next application update.
You can make a copy of Tippy yourself on github.
Print standard stick-on name badges that include a QR code that is automatically generated. The QR code will be scanned to check in attendee’s at events using an iPhone code scanning app.
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- Excel spreadsheet with the required information and the code generating formula that uses the Google charts api.
- Word mail merge document with the correct labels (there are some tricks required at this step).
- A code scanning app like the free QRReader that will maintain a list of all the text scanned and can then send a CSV file later.
You’ve seen that person with 52,000 tweets right? How about that new follower that you check out with 6k tweets? Isn’t twitter supposed to be something we use for in-the-moment events?
I always felt that twitter should be a fleeting service. Something you post and then it goes eventually. I had a few thousand tweets at one point in 2012. Sometimes they would come up out of context and I would have figure out why I said that and then answer with another cryptic tweet.
“Oh yeah, that was a sarcastic response to so-and-so…”
I decided a while back that I WOULD like to have my tweet archive and that I WOULD like to get some information from that usage. I DO NOT
want every little tweet living forever. Who cares about my step count? Playing with IFTTT? Et cetera.
So I auto-delete my tweets. After seven days – TwitDelete.net takes care of it for me. All my tweets are still saved using Thinkup.
I chose a seven day interval – pick what works for you.
Get insights at thinkup.com and maintain control of your own archive.
This is what my thinkup looks like:
I had tried a couple of other services before. TwitWipe had worked a couple of times for me but it wasn’t consistent. It’s possible that the first few thousand tweets just took a long time to delete and might have been crashing the service.
I would love to see auto-delete or auto-archive as part of Twitter or even as part of Thinkup.