Posts Tagged ‘Year in Review’
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In conjunction with the release of its official review of the year 2012, Twitter is letting its users get a visual look at their own year on Twitter.
Head over to 2012.Twitter.com and click on the “Your Year” tab.
Twitter has partnered with Vizify to help you relive your best Twitter moments of 2012, so you’ll be taken over to Vizify.com where you can sign in to your Twitter account to see a custom page built from your 2012 Tweets.
In parts two and three of its retrospective on 2011, Twitter takes a look at the famous faces that signed up for their very own account and the hottest topics and hashtags this past year.
And with a list including Charlie Sheen, the U.S. Secret Service, the Egyptian revolution and McDonald’s McLobster, they’re quite the eclectic bunch.
Twitter has unveiled the top 10 most retweeted tweets in its fourth installment of Twitter 2010, Year in Review. The number one spot goes to comedian extraordinaire Stephen Colbert for a single tweet about the Gulf Oil spill, and for this tweet Colbert got the first ever Golden Tweet Award, presented to him last night on the Colbert Report from Biz Stone himself. We’ve got the winning tweet, and the others who made it into the top ten, below.