Twitter of Faith

Back in May, I blogged about twittering the Gospel, meaning to condense what you consider to be the "Good News" into 140 characters, or short enough for a text-message or twitter post. You can read the responses here.

But I apparently didn't understand Twitter well enough to realize how to use it.  Some other folks did understand Twitter better (Pomomusings - Twitter of Faith) and have been twittering the Gospel for a few weeks, using a common tag to track each other.  Neat!

Check out the list of tweeted Gospels, and add your own.  Just twitter with #TOF at the beginning or end of your update.  Enjoy!

1 comments:

gavin richardson December 6, 2008 at 4:49 PM  

we are actually looking to make a simple website that will pull in the tags from twitter into a feed that is a little cooler than just using twitter search.

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