This is a post that a good friend shared and thought I would pass along.
Twitterkeys—enhance your Twitter conversations:

Written on September 16, 2008 – 10:27 pm
Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten,

As you might know Twitter accepts more than just basic text. The service is UTF8 compatible which means that instead of tweeting “I love you” you could just as well use “I ♥ you”. Or how about this:

“I’m going to ✈ to ☭ in the morning after I make a ☎ to make sure my ♂ is ✔ with it. ✌ for now and don’t forget to ✍ and lets have ♨ soon!”

But how do you remember all these characters?


TwitterKeys is a small tool by (@bomega & @sandervdv) developed here at The Next Web Blog which provides you with a floating window with all these funny symbols you can use in Twitter. These are the symbols we currently provide:

Drag this link to your browser bookmarks toolbar: TwitterKeys

Now go and share this with your friends on Twitter…

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