Tworse device uses Morse-code key to post on Twitter

by Gavril Mankoo

The Morse code was created for more serious reasons than posting your piece of mind on social networking sights, helping aide communication during the World War II. These days however, the same seems to be considered as the perfect way to have your say on Twitter! By an innovative designer named Martin Kaltenbrunner, the Tworse device is essentially a Morse-code key that hooks up to the internet using a LAN cable that enables you to use the good old code to post on Twitter. Using a built-in Arduino Ethernet board that delivers messages through the Twitter API, this novel contraption gives a shot at what social networking would seem like, in the past.

[hackaday]

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