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Twitter can be different from other people. It can be a place to relax, a forum to discuss cool ideas, a network to make new friends, and much more. However, for some souls, it is a way to let their creativity run wild. 7 Fun Uses Of Twitter That You Haven't Figured Out 7 Fun Uses Of Twitter That You Haven't Figured Out Loving Twitter isn't hard. It is hardly necessary to enter 140 characters. There is a great power in these little bits to either view the world with a… Read More.

Where you and I may see a 140 character box, these people are seeing a blank canvas that they can make anything they want out of. And they do that too. Who would have thought Twitter could be used like this?

Very short story | @VeryShortStory

Ken sat across from the bear on the life raft. Everyone eyes the other. Soon the food would run out and someone would be eaten.
- Very Brief Story (@VeryShortStory) October 9, 2013

Legend has it that when Ernest Hemingway was challenged to tell a story in six words, he came up with the jewel: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." Sean Hill pursues a similar challenge every day, trying to tell a story on its own within Twitter's 140-character line. The stories are funny, melancholy, philosophical and often invite you to let your imagination run wild. You can even tweet with nouns in Hill and he tries to use the most inspiring ones in his stories. Indeed, the Art of Literature on Twitter Twiterature - The Art of Literature on Twitter Twiterature - The Art of Literature on Twitter You can find Twitter users sharing their poetry, short stories, and even the work of famous writers, all of that 140 character updates in small bites. If you're not sure where to begin your literary journey,… Read More is alive and exciting.

Sockamillion | @Sockington

SOCKINGTON SHUTDOWN CONTINUES essential services such as mouth open. NOTE NOTE - Sockamillion (@sockington) October 6, 2013

If you've been on Twitter for a while, you've likely come across Sockamillions tweets retweeted by someone you follow. Sockamillion is Jason Scott's cat and has over 1.3 million followers. Basically, Scott took advantage of the internet's inherent love for our cat friends and created a report tweeting things that he believed his cat would think or say. Follow the amusement, although it is not updated regularly now.

Evan Blass | @evleaks

Nokia Lumia 1520 with Treasure Day, 2013 pic.twitter.com/U3Qw2scDb7
- @evleaks (@evleaks) October 21, 2013

Can a tech publication be run entirely from a Twitter account? Evan Blass thinks so. The journalist has an uncanny knack for getting pictures from smartphones and other devices ahead of their official announcement, to the point where Nokia even knocked his hat off at a recent event. Blass doesn't use a website to post his leaks and only posts them on Twitter (and slowly starting on other networks), actually making the whole thing a successful business.

WW2 Tweets from 1941 | @ RealTimeWWII

That year Britain had no ice cream or lollipops. Instead, children offered delicious ice cream carrots: pic.twitter.com/ovCwq4fLg2

- WW2 Tweets from 1941 (@ RealTimeWWII) October 26, 2013

Live tweeting is an important part of breaking news today. But what would World War II have been like if Twitter had existed then? Follow @RealTimeWWII to get the full picture of the war through a series of tweets. The project, led by British historian and Oxford graduate Alwyn Collinson, began in August 2011. Collinson said he would tweet for the entire duration of the six years of the war.

Modern Seinfeld | @SeinfeldToday

Elaine is uncomfortable with how excited her adult co-workers are for NSync at the VMAs. Georges Gf drops him because he likes Miley's twerking.
- Modernes Seinfeld (@SeinfeldToday) August 26, 2013

One of the most popular sitcoms of all time, Seinfeld dated almost a decade before Twitter. And while Jerry Seinfeld might be on Twitter, one has to wonder what the show would have been like today. Follow Modern Seinfeld to find out how writers Jack Moore and Josh Gondelman - both longtime fans of the show - try to find the situations that made the show a hit. If you're not a fan of Seinfeld then this is lost to you, but how can no one be a Seinfeld fan ??

Karen L. Nyberg | @AstroKarenN

Hurricane Raymond. October 22nd. Pic.twitter.com/3iewLrGGHe - Karen L. Nyberg (@AstroKarenN), October 22, 2013

For the most awesome images on earth, tune in to astronaut Karen L. Nyberg's feed. Nyberg regularly tweets photos of our little blue ball high up from her temporary residence on the International Space Station. It was Commander Chris Hadfield who started this tradition, but now that he's back on Earth, Nyberg and her colleague Mike Hopkins have taken over the cloak. Hopkins isn't that regular, but Nyberg sometimes posts multiple pictures a day and even shares cool zero gravity videos every now and then.

Andy Gray | @SI_Vault

Ten years ago today, the Yankees defeated the Red Sox in the 11th inning of Game 7 thanks to @AaronBoone_ESPN: pic.twitter.com/PDgnnZrHCx
- Andy Gray (@si_vault) October 16, 2013

Andy Gray holds the key to Sports Illustrated's safe, which dates back to 1954. These are almost 60 years of photos of the greatest athletes of the last generations. And like any sports fan, Gray wants to share his treasure and proudly displays some of the best pictures athletes have ever clicked, as well as fantastic candids. Make one of the best and oldest sports magazines available to the digital audience free of charge with the archives? You could never have imagined that.

Who are you following?

With over 218 million users, this is obviously just a small fraction of the large and unusual Twitter accounts. There are meme accounts. 10 Incredible Meme Accounts You Can Find On Twitter 10 Incredible Meme Accounts You Can Find On Twitter Not only is Twitter the amazing and huge microblogging service that lets you know what time your friends woke up in the morning and what you had for dinner, but it's great for streaming. You should follow and even active reviews from celebrities who were active on The Tweeting Dead: 5 Zombie Celebrities Active on Twitter. The Tweeting Dead: 5 Zombie Celebrities Who Are Active on Twitter Celebrities who tweet for themselves, there are plenty of others who pay someone else to do it, either full-time or part-time. This bizarre means that a ... Read More

Are there Twitter users you follow who use the social networking service in a cool and unusual way? We are all ears.

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