The library reached out to the company a few months ago about adding Twitter’s content to the national archives, said Matt Raymond, the library’s director of communications. He cited Twitter’s “immense impact on culture and history” like its use as a vital communications tool by political dissidents in Iran and Barack Obama’s turning to Twitter to declare victory in the 2008 election.
So look out folks, twenty years from now, your kids could be researching a paper about life in the first decade of the millenium and stumble upon some of your more interesting posts.
Building on the Retro craze for all your lounge lizards out there, RetroModern.com is a neat site that has lots of mod-retro furniture and accessories.
A neat trend marketing site is Trendsetters, where I found the above retro-mod site, which is written by Michael Tchong, the former editor and publisher of Iconocast and “The Jacobyte” column, which I desperately miss!!