Tweets for the Public Record – How do You do it?

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  • #101192

    Sterling Whitehead
    Participant

    Let’s continue the Twitter for Contracts discussion. People responded great to the last post.

    The questions are:

    • What do you think is the best way to preserve tweets for the public record?
    • Do you like the current solutions?
    • How else do you preserve tweets for the public record?
    Current solutions are:
    • Copy/paste tweets about separate acquisitions into documents from the Twitter account’s timeline
    • Use hashtags to separate acquisitions from each other, then copy/paste the timeline into a document.
    • Tweetdoc
    • Twistory
    • Others?
    [P.S. The Library of Congress records all tweets for the public record. If we could get access to this, then we would have a backup to all tweets related to our contracts.]
  • #101200

    Sterling – I have a couple ideas in this post:
    You’ve Got All Our Tweets, LOC! So What? Now What?

  • #101198

    Adriel Hampton
    Participant

    Presently, I’m using Backupify for a couple of accounts. I had also used BackupMyTweets.

  • #101196

    Sterling Whitehead
    Participant

    Good suggestions Adriel. Thanks.

  • #101194

    Sterling Whitehead
    Participant

    Here are the links Adriel mentioned:

    Backupify
    BackUpMyTweets

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