H.G. Wells’s “The Time Machine” in tweets line by line.
Edgar Rice Burroughs’s “A Princess of Mars” in tweets line by line.
Exploring the work of Uruguayan authors.
A bot for remembering what politicians want us to forget.
Play tic-tac-toe with friends without leaving Twitter.
A bot that satirizes antivaxxers’ unlikely stories about supposed vaccine side effects.
Drink water, sit up straight, and stop doomscrolling.
Intentando encontrar el significado de las calles de Montevideo.
Curiouser and curiouser!
Every purchase from the Uruguayan Presidency Office
L’ère vulgaire est abolie pour les usages civils.
Bird's-eye views over Canberra.
Views of the Oakland-San Francisco Bay Bridge.
Tracking planes flying over Tustin, California.
Tweets random satellite images of London
Tracking US federal law enforcement aircrafts.
Bot that tweets about firefighting aircraft.
Coming up with new movie plots.
Signs point to Yes.
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Satellite images of the US-Mexico border, by @on3ness
Trying to get shots into arms.
Progress of COVID-19 vaccinations.
Twitter is testing an opt-in labeling for Good Bots.
Sharing is caring, and many botmakers do care.
Can bots help you land a job?
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