tweetstorm


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tweetstorm

A set of numbered tweets that enables the tweeter to send a long message and overcome the 140 character limit per individual tweet. Also called "threading." The term "manthreading" is a sarcastic reference to men who love to tweetstorm, as it appears to be practiced by men much more than women. See tweet and Twitter.
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Twitter is also making it easier for other users to see which tweets are part of a tweetstorm by adding a "Show this thread" label.
The tweetstorm is yet to have an effect on Khamenei's Twitter itself.
The Tweetstorm is an online, open brainstorm-like session via Twitter, a microblogging platform.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey went on a tweetstorm Friday night in which he vowed to take a "more aggressive" stance against hate and violence on the platform.
Twitter is reportedly working on an integrated tweetstorm feature for its Twitter Android app .
Trump's tweetstorm also touched on the problems of his attorney general, Jeff Sessions.
His comment was branded 'shameful' and 'disgusting' in a tweetstorm because he had said: "I chose a man because you trust the voice of a man more, I was told.
When the story of the 84th legislative session is written, it will take many forms: narrative recap, "best and worst" listicle, Storified tweetstorm.
Frequent Twitter users are used to the tweetstorm, which refers to an extended thread of tweets that a user publishes at once.
Immediately afterwards, the BBC said he was branded as sexist, causing a tweetstorm.
A TORY found himself at the heart of a tweetstorm yesterday after checking his phone in the chamber.
Josh Peck's reportedly gutted after catching wind of a tweetstorm from former "Drake and Josh" co-stars Drake Bell.