Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Marks and Spencer launch twitter utility innovation

UK high street giant Marks and Spencer are beta testing a 3D real-world ‘desktop’ twitter robot utility – known as ‘the tweeting chick’.

The desk robot’s revolutionary voice recognition audio nanotechnology - housed in a deceptive fluffy yellow ‘chick’ casing - allows the device, once pre-loaded with the users twitter account and pre programmed tweet-active keywords, to record and auto-post 'tweetable' nuggets from ‘real world conversations’ thus ensuring off the cuff tweet-worthy remarks are not lost into the ether.

The device is now available in public beta mode as an ‘add-on’ from the checkouts at participating M&S outlets.

In an unlikely twist, Guy Kawasaki was not available for comment at the time of going to press.

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