One hundred is the new 140 on Twitter, according to my wife. How am I doing? My tweets since August 2009:
Tweets: 1523. Average tweet: 89 characters.
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This is an oldie, but a goodie: A color-coded chart that helps decipher the Twitter API, created by the company’s platform services lead, Rafﬁ Krikorian. Each color represents a different field of data created each time you tweet. All this data is available to developers to build cool stuff like TweetStats, Klout and the like: