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  1. Thanks to some digging around in the inner workings of Twitter’s video website Vine, white hat hacker avicoder was able to download the entire source code to the popular service. As he was looking at various ways to breach the website’s security, he found an interesting domain that could recreate a local version of Vine. There are a lot of things hidden in a website’s source code that makes it vulnerable to attacks. Luckily, avicoder has helped fix multiple Twitter bugs in the past and wasn’t looking to do any harm. View the full article
  2. Nearly all of the top product and business leaders at Vine, Twitter’s three-year-old short-form video service, have left the company in the past four months — many of them in the past few weeks. And while Vine remains culturally interesting and an “important” part of Twitter’s strategy, it seems to be struggling. Vine’s recent executive departures include its head of engineering, head of business development and operations, head of user experience, head of editorial and all three of its product managers. Almost all of the departures coincide with Vine’s appointment of a new general manager, Hannah Donovan, which was announced at the end of March. Donovan started in May. View the full article
  3. One of the most fun ways to communicate is using animated GIFs or graphics interchange format. Twitter had added GIFs to its list of features back in 2014 with the integration for GIPHY and Riffsy added in this February, but the GIF size was limited to 5MB. But now you can add animated GIFs which are up to 15MB in size, provided you add these GIFs from the desktop. GIF size limit for mobile uploads and photo size limit for mobile and desktop uploads stays the same at 5MB. This feature will be limited to the web only. This feature will only be available on Twitter and has not been added to TweetDeck yet. GIFs are generally well compressed and exceeding 5MB on a GIF file found online isn’t that common. Sure the 15MB file limit now also lets you create your own high quality GIFs to upload to Twitter, but only on the web is this possible as of now. This may let you add in longer GIFs, just in case. View the full article
  4. For a while now, verified users and advertisers have been able to check statistics about their Twitter account so they can see how many times individual tweets have been viewed, check what types of tweet encourage the most engagement, and so on. Now Twitter Analytics is available to everyone -- free of charge. It doesn’t matter if you have a blue verified tick next to your name or not, now you can use the analytics dashboard to check the performance of tweets. While this is a useful tool for businesses, for the average Twitter user it is a tool that will satisfy an idle curiosity and provide a way to while away the time obsessing over what key phrases yield the greatest return. For those with a fascination for figures, the ability to see how many people view individual tweets is a dream come true. It might not be quite as in-depth as you might expect, or hope, but it strikes a good balance between providing useful information and remaining easy to use. Of course, additional data would be great, but it would end up complicating things. There's an eye-pleasing graph that shows at a glance how many hits your tweets have earned you. View the full article
  5. Today Twitter makes its debut on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). In typical Twitter style, the company announced its share price via tweet, ending weeks of speculation about the price point that would be decided upon. Rather than the anticipated $15 to $20, the IPO (Initial Public Offering) of 70 million shares are up for grabs priced at $26 each -- effectively valuing the company at $18.2 billion. View the full article
  6. An issue was recently brought to my attention about how the Lunarsoft Facebook page was not properly posting news. After some investigation this issue has now been resolved and news will be automatically shared on Facebook once more. This issue did not have any effect on Twitter posts, however.     Follow Us! Lunarsoft on Facebook @lunarsoft
  7. Twitter has done a bit of work to improve the overall performance of their site. So you shouldn't see much more of their "fail whale". Their upgrade moves rendering back to the Twitter servers which has allowed them to drop page load times to 1/5th of what they previously were. The Twitter blog goes into further technical details on how they intend to speed up performance on the site. They also describe how they will remove the "hashbang" (#!) from twitter.com URLs.While these improves are being rolled out there has been no word of when they will be fully implemented. Source: Twitter.com Blog View the full article
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